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P. 132 Section 1 1. The concept of adolescence as a distinct stage of life developed in the U.S. through educa- tion, the exclusion of youth from the labor force, and the development of the juvenile-justice system. 2. The concept of adolescence simply does not exist in many parts of the world. However, pu- berty occurs in all human societies. In American society, adolescence is generally considered to run from the ages of 12 to 19. However, puberty and acceptance into the adult world occur at different times for different people. 3. I think the search for self has the most influence on an adolescent's transition into adulthood because personally, searching for myself has been the most maturing experience so far in my life. Searching for yourself involves letting go and accepting a lot of things in order for you to truly see who you are. In the adolescent years, those can be some of the hardest things to do. For example, your best friend since the seventh grade may be someone you have to lose in tenth grade in order to grow and get closer to you. A lot of sacrifices.
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