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Adolescent Development Psychology 338 Social Transitions
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The Inventionist Perspective Adolescence is a social construct that  is defined by societal attitudes and  expectations.  Adolescence is shaped by the way  society does (or does not) recognize  this developmental stage as different  from childhood and adulthood
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Changes in Status During  Adolescence  Historical changes in values  and social roles shape the  nature of adolescence. Interpersonal  Political  Legal  Economic 
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Historical Forces  Industrial Revolution Child Protection Laws Compulsory Education Juvenile Delinquency  Laws
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Recent Historical Changes After World War II,  there is a period of  optimism. The notion of a  “teenager” emerges  – adolescence as a  carefree time. 
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The 1960’s During the 1960’s and  1970’s  adolescence  emerges as a period of  turmoil and revolt. Adolescence is seen as  a period of sexual  experimentation,  political dissention, and  substance abuse. 
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Current Developments Adolescents now  assume both adult and  child roles.  Many adolescents use  college as a period of  transition to adulthood. 
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