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Adolescence in Different Cultures


  Adolescence is probably the most stereotyped stage of life. Indeed, these young people are perceived by many as tormented, rebellious, carefree, selfish, unstable, and dramatic. However, adolescence is understood differently in different cultures. The romantic and critical idea of ​​adolescence emerged and spread at the beginning of the 20th century when G. Stanley Hall published his work, Adolescence. This child psychologist argued that the stage between 12 and 25 years old was like a second birth, a total transformation caused by puberty. In contrast, years later, the anthropologist, Margaret Mead rebelled against this idea. She decided to study how…

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Chantal Maille
Praticien en Psychothérapie - Psychanalyste, Coaching conjugal & Sophrologie

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