This groundbreaking book draws together an international team of practical theologians and researchers from around the world to explore the relationship between adolescence, religion, and globalization. Research is reported on young people in Japan, Russia, Germany, India, Argentina, Paraguay, Ghana, and the United States. Critical, normative, and practical proposals are offered, taking concrete shape in case studies of good practice. The book fills a gaping hole in the current literature on adolescence and the impact of globalization on their religious lives. This project was sponsored by the Institute for Youth Ministry, Princeton Theological Seminary.