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Parents and Teens and Rules, Oh My!

From: Youth Media Project
Length: 28:31

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A piece which includes personal narratives, interview, and panel discussion about teens' relationships with parents and parental expectations. Read the full description.

Default-piece-image-2 This piece's theme deals with the complex relationships between parents and teens. Students enrolled in Monte Del Sol Charter School's Radio Arts class in Santa Fe, New Mexico interviewed parents, created narratives, and conduct a live panel discussion of what it's like to be a teen while navigating the choppy waters of parental (and guardian) expectations. Infused with humor, insightful commentary, and personal narratives, Parents and Teens and Rules, Oh My! provides listeners a slice of Northern New Mexico teens' relations with parents and guardians.

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Piece Description

This piece's theme deals with the complex relationships between parents and teens. Students enrolled in Monte Del Sol Charter School's Radio Arts class in Santa Fe, New Mexico interviewed parents, created narratives, and conduct a live panel discussion of what it's like to be a teen while navigating the choppy waters of parental (and guardian) expectations. Infused with humor, insightful commentary, and personal narratives, Parents and Teens and Rules, Oh My! provides listeners a slice of Northern New Mexico teens' relations with parents and guardians.

Broadcast History

Original broadcast on January 2, 2008 on KSFR, 101.1 Santa Fe, New Mexico (Santa Fe Community College's radio station) as part of the Santa Fe Youth Radio Project.

Related Website

http://youthmediaproject.org