ISS 4-18-2011 - ISS4182011 12:02

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ISS 4-18-2011 12:02 G Stanley Hall (1882) saw the storm and stress of adolescence as an inevitable  crisis. Margaret Mead looked for this universal crisis and conflict between mothers and  daughters, but couldn’t find it. Rites of Passage Rituals that assist individuals in their transition from one status in society to  another. All rites of passage have three stages o Separation Physically/spatially separated from familiar o Liminal Period Relearning and reeducating initiates Introducing new identities o Reaggregation Reintroduced to society in new status Marriage Marriage in the majority of worlds communities is arranged by the community  or family, not just the two individuals. Gender Roles Parental treatment of sons and daughters reflects expectations of adult roles Boys and girls spend the majority of their time with women assisting with 
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