Adolescence by John Santrock PDF

By John Santrock

ISBN-10: 0078035481

ISBN-13: 9780078035487

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Indeed, sociohistorical conditions contributed to the emergence of the concept of adolescence. According to the inventionist view, adolescence is a sociohistorical creation. Especially important in this view of adolescence are the sociohistorical circumstances at the beginning of the twentieth century, a time when legislation was enacted that ensured the dependency of youth and made their move into the economic sphere more manageable. These sociohistorical circumstances included a decline in apprenticeship; increased mechanization during the Industrial Revolution, which raised the level of skill required of laborers and necessitated a specialized division of labor; the separation of work and home; age-graded schools; urbanization; the appearance of youth groups such as the YMCA and the Boy Scouts; and the writings of G.

It encompassed not only physical and social identities but a legal identity as well, for every state had developed special laws for youth between the ages of 16 and 20. Getting a college degree—the key to a good job—was on the minds of many adolescents during the 1950s, as was getting married, starting a family, and settling down to the life of luxury displayed in television commercials. Although adolescents’ pursuit of higher education continued into the 1960s, many African American adolescents not only were denied a college education but received an inferior secondary education as well.

In this period, lawmakers enacted a great deal of compulsory legislation aimed at youth. In virtually every state, they passed laws that excluded youth from most employment and required them to attend secondary school. Much of this legislation included extensive enforcement provisions. Two clear changes resulted from this legislation: decreased employment and increased school attendance among youth. From 1910 to 1930, the number of 10- to 15-year-olds who were gainfully employed dropped about 75 percent.

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