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Lecture 5

SOC345H5 Lecture 5: Lecture 5 Adolescence

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Lecture 5: Adolescence Wednesday, February 8, 2017 1:16 PM Kimmel on Adolescence Useful to pay attention to adolescence, highlighting how any stages in life are subject to change Interesting to look at how different stages change Adolescence marking transition to adulthood, straightforward and gendered o Used to be marked by: puberty, complete high school, move out, get married, find secure job o Fairly rare for men to get through all of those stages Finding a secure job: people end up moving through careers over lifetime Young men exist in Guyland o Space and place, like a purgatory o Exited childhood, yet havent made transition to adulthood, transition is no longer as distinct o Young men drift into adulthood o Values and norms o Homosocial space o Young middle class white men who occupy o Misogynistic, violent o Seem like stereotypes o Lived experience, not able to tap into adulthood, insecure about this Marked by privilege, entitlement, and p
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