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S10+Lecture+13+-+333+-+Peer+groups - 12 Peer groups March 3...

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12 – Peer groups March 3 & 5, 2010
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Today From last time Were there always peer groups? Are adolescent peer groups a problem or a necessity? How do peer groups change over time? What are cliques? What are crowds?
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From last time
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Video Write down As many examples of ‘adolescent’ issues that we have talked about As many examples as you notice of authoritative parenting As many examples as you notice of non- authoritative parenting
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What is a peer group? Groups of people who are roughly the same age What is “roughly” the same age?
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Peers Modernization has led to more age segregation Schools Workplace Community U.S. high school seniors < 15% of waking hours spent with family
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Groups in Contemporary Society Changes in the Population Baby Boom created an “adolescent boom” in the 1960s and early 1970s Adolescents comprised over 10% of U.S. population Teenage population is now about 7% of U.S. population
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