Eng JA#10 - Kelcie Pappas Sec 14 JA 10 No matter what generation what is acceptable to society or what a parent preachers to their kids an

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Kelcie Pappas 2/19/07 Sec. 14 JA # 10 No matter what generation, what is acceptable to society, or what a parent preachers to their kids, an adolescent will always push the boundaries to see what will happen. It’s almost as if at this age, we as human beings tend to get bored with life, and need to go that extra mile in order to be satisfied. As a girl an example of this might be wearing provocative clothes when she knows that it is not accepted within her household. A boy might push the boundaries by going out on weekends and water ballooning cars just for the rush. Whatever gives us that sense of mischievousness we will most likely go after it. Teenagers can often act extremely irrational to people that are different than them. When a teen is in a clique at his or her school, it seems like everyone outside of it just don’t get it and can be very hateful towards others. It is somewhat stereotypical to say but at least for my generation I Have witnessed this occur time and time again. The same can be said for adolescents
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course ENGL 101 taught by Professor Robert during the Spring '07 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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