I found the following to be interesting:
Chapter 1, pg 10
"Current psychological literature emphasizes the role of peers in creating a child's sense of identity... children often do not even refer to their parents but rather to the values and expectations of other children and of the peer groups they belong to... peers have replaced parents in creating the core of their personalities."
Chapter 1, pg 11
"An even scarier thought is that if peers have replaced adults as the ones who matter most, what is missing in those peer relationships is going to have the most profound impact."
So, I ask you, when we think about this, what is going to be missing?