Published on March 14, 2014
By: Nate, Kevin, Anna, and Corey
Adolescence is the transition period between child and adult. The end of adolescence and the start of adulthood is blurry Different cultures have initiation rites marking becoming an adult such as Bar-mitzvah Bat-mitzvah Birthdays Graduations Weddings
G Stanley Hall’s Theory: Thought adolescence was like a full grown animal in a cage, knowing freedom without experiencing it. Adolescence is a transitional stage Thought adolescence was stressful and stormy Opposition thought adolescence is not discontinuous Margret Mead: 1935-Adolescence was not storm and stress and that problems came from industrialized society.
Hormones trigger internal and external changes Puberty starts Girls: ages 8-10 Boys: ages 9-16 Everyone gets a growth spurt before puberty Peak for growth Girls: 12 Boys: 14 Boys and girls get fatty tissue before their growth spurt. Boys loose the fatty tissue as they grow Girls grow into the fatty tissue
Breasts and waists fill out Grow pubic hair Ages 10-17 is when first menstrual period happens In 12-18 months the menstrual period becomes normal and able to conceive a child
Age 12 get pubic hair and larger genitals Ages 12-13 have 1st ejaculation Boy’s growth spurt happens 24-27 months after girl’s growth spurt but lasts longer. At growth spurt Broader shoulders Trunk fills out More muscle tissue Larger heart and lungs Voice deepens Grow hair on face and chest
Develops attitudes about sex and expectations for gender roles Culture patterns about sex have changed from generation to generation Some cultures keep children in the dark about sex until marriage Middle and upper class females are more sexually active then they were 30 years ago Teen pregnancies have been a rising social issue Aids is a problem in the world today even though it is just beginning to decline in the United States
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