Exploring the child's world III

Interviews with delinquent and disturbed young people who are encouraged to discuss their experiences and express feelings. To protect individuals, each program is a re-creation of an actual interview using different names and places.An online collection of early educational public radio content from the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB).

https://mith.umd.edu/airwaves/programs/exploring-the-childs-world-iii/

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I would like to kill Pop, me, everyone


Ray, 14, found out that his mother was no good. He lives with his father, but finds him no better. "If my father drank there would be some excuse for the way he treats me."


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 1964-03-09  n/a
 
 

Smoke our your monkey


Bob is 17. He liked his family, but quit them at 15. An unhappy nonconformist, he is afraid of people. Marijuana made him brave and comfortable. He found that marijuana users have no time to criticize him


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 1964-02-27  n/a
 
 

Psychological profile


Jack, 12, is sturdy, unkempt, hyperactive - an impulse-ridden child with rapid fire talk, illogical comments accompanied by inappropriate giggling.


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 1964-02-20  n/a
 
 

Fire for effect


Albert, 10, cannot bear to watch the fires he sets. what do you reply when this boy asks, "Did you ever feel all alone?"


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 1964-02-13  n/a
 
 

I stole $600,000


James describes himself as a "nut." He was seen by six psychiatrists. According to him, two thought he was OK, two thought he was a little off, and two thought he was way off: James agrees with the last.


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 1964-02-05  n/a
 
 

Psychotic at ten


Bobby's mother hates boys: she had two, one was killed in the war, and this left only Bobby to hate. She did not hate men because she had four husbands. Now Bobby is emotionally disturbed.


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 1964-01-30  n/a
 
 

You got to be violent


Danny is 15; he is a Catholic, but says he does not let this interfere with his activities which include assault and battery, drunkenness and larceny.


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 1964-01-23  n/a
 
 

They won't get my baby


Loretta is 16, and a school dropout who stole, drank and ran away. Now pregnant by an older youth she is on the way to a state reformatory.


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 1964-01-17  n/a
 
 

A Pachuchro in the stockade


Alfredo belongs to a local unit of a national gang which he says is organized to break as many laws as possible. Now he has taken his 13th fall in five years and this time he will go to a reformatory.


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 1964-01-08  n/a
 
 

Two sad little girls


Suzanne is eight; she steals checks to buy her father out of jail, but he hopes enough is left over to buy him a drink. Brenda is 12; she took a trip to college and few valuables remained on campus after


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 1964-01-04  n/a
 
 
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