Epilogue: Two Models for the Study of Youth—1944 versus 1975
by Robert E. Grinder - 1975
The authors of the 1975 yearbook view socializing experiences transitional to adulthood as more momentous than tribulations associated with the growth spurt. Moreover, "youth" is interposed as a stage between adolescence (growth spurt) and adulthood. Keniston regards the youth stage as a transition for persons who have outgrown adolescence but have yet to assume adult responsibilities; other contributors, who see commonality across young people in many aspects of socialization, conceptualize the youth stage as universal.
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