Cross Cultural Analysis Of Adolescence Values

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This may be intensified by the ambiguous treatment he receives from both parents and teachers. Adolescents characteristics There are four universally found characteristics develop during adolescence: 1. The heightened emotionality. 2. Rapid biological changes...
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The heightened emotionality. 2. Rapid biological changes. 3. Changes in the role expectation. 4. Changes in interest, behaviour patterns and values. Cultural stereotypes of adolescence period puts a barrier in transition to adulthood. It is believed that adolescents are sloppy, irresponsible and unrealistic...
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