Young People (Spanish: Los jóvenes) is a 1961 Mexican crime film directed by Luis Alcoriza. It was entered into the 11th Berlin International Film Festival.
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Some articles on young people:
... The aim of the campaign is to improve the image of young people by increasing youth participation in the media ... in the media cause such a negative view of youth, then increasing images of the good that young people do should go some way towards combating this negativity ... groups are caused by misunderstanding, so if adults can understand the thoughts and actions of young people, the barriers will fall ...
... A 25 year longitudinal study of "1000 Christchurch born young people between the ages of 15 – 25" concluded that "regular or heavy cannabis use was associated with an increased risk of using other illicit ... the regular use of cannabis increases the risks that young people will try other illicit drugs ... If, however, the association arises because using cannabis encourages young people to experiment with other illicit drugs the results could be seen as supporting the prohibition of ...
... following Raising awareness about the significant number of young people who need a mentor ... public events which have a positive impact on the young people who need it the most ... a point of contact for both mentors and the young people desiring a mentor ...
... The McNally Robinson Book for Young People Award is associated with Brave New Words The Manitoba Writing and Publishing Awards and was first sponsored by McNally Robinson ... presented to the two Manitoba writers whose books for young people are judged the best written ...
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