Week 1 - TweensandTeens WEEKONE Keycoursequestions 1.

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WEEK ONE Tweens and Teens
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Key course questions The following three questions will guide the inquiry  process throughout the semester: 1. Does adolescence inevitably precipitate an identity crisis  through which all young people in all cultures must  successfully pass in order to lead productive adult lives? 2. Do an individual’s gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity,  race, class, religion, and region affect the character of  their adolescent experience, or do all people have to  accomplish the same developmental tasks in the same  way no matter who they are? 3. Are people pre-programmed in their genetic make-up to  become who they are, or do they develop identities by  choosing to be who they want to be?
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Teenagers in Context Listen to Talk of the Nation, a public radio show on  Teen Years: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId
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The Teenage Mystique
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