The Modern Age Turn-of-the-Century American Culture and the Invention of Adolescence /
The Modern Age examines the discourses that have come to characterize adolescence and argues that commonplace views of adolescents as impulsive, conflicted, and rebellious are constructions inspired by broader cultural anxieties that characterized American society in early-twentieth-century America....
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University of Alabama Press,
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