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Computer games used to promise escape from adult life with magic tokens, pixelated slain dragons and a myriad repetitive, upbeat soundtracks. But now a new generation of video...
...It was Gen X who started stretching out the period between adolescence and adulthood, and “emerging adulthood” is now a fact of life for many Millennials in America, as...
...covers the emerging genre of “new adult” novels, which focus on the “dangerous chasm between adolescence and adulthood.” -Charities are starting to rely on texting as an inexpensive way of...
...a trend toward extended adolescence. More kids are moving back home. According to the Census Bureau, 53 percent of 18- to 24-year-olds are living in their parents’ house. There was...
...of the 20th century, there was a sociologist named Stanley Hall, who declared there was a new stage of life emerging, and he called it adolescence. I would argue the...
...for The New Republic ponders teens’ hyper-documented lives and what digital adolescence means for adulthood. –The Week reports on the changing face of luxury in India. –The Atlantic explores trends...
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