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ADOLESCENCE AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOR

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Kyla Balita

on 28 July 2016

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Transcript of ADOLESCENCE AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOR

Postive:
PEER
GROUPS
CULTURE
MILLENNIALS
adolescents who were born from the early 2000s were born in the midst of a great technology boom; “digital natives”
2000s

ADOLESCENCE AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOR
1950s:
PERSONAL & SOCIAL
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rapidly changing behaviors
identity disturbances
strong emotions
Negative:
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Lifestyle Shaped by roles
CULTURE
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Adolescents develop unique belief systems through social, familial, and cultural environments
belief systems: religion and spirituality to gender, sexuality, work ethics, and politics
range of attitudes affects the beliefs, lifestyles, and perceptions of its adolescents
1960s-1970s:
social lives are driven by technology
social interactions are dictated by their use of social networks
“selfie” phenomenon
YOUTH CULTURE
how teenagers conduct their lives
interests
styles
behaviors
music
beliefs
vocabulary
clothes
sports
dating
EXAMPLES OF YOUTH CULTURE:
In the 1960's the wearing of clothes that indicated freedom
Following of music groups that perform music that speaks to the issues teenagers perceive themselves enduring at the time such as Nirvana in the 1990's and The Beatles in the 1960's
Hairstyles that exhibit a lack of conformity such as brightly colored hair, spiked hair, shaved heads
Behavior that is contrary to what is perceived to be accepted and expected by parents such as drinking, smoking, using drugs
Language usage that is bold in order to set themselves apart such as either excessive cursing or a usage of esoteric “cool” buzz words
Behaviors such as cutting school or low grade criminal activity in order to assert independence and non-conformity
Refusal to go to certain establishments to appear more acceptable to peers
A change in academic performance in order to conform to the expectations of their peer groups
A change in types of media that the adolescent prefers, i.e. comic books over novels or magazines over non-fiction, to relate to the likes of his peers
A desire for same brand name clothes, shoes and other material goods such as portable music players, backpacks and phones
A change in the quality of products he prefers, i.e. more expensive goods that are similar to his friends' goods, or less expensive goods that are more in line with his peer's belongings
Attitude changes about school, religion or family
A change in the way that they treat others, either with greater kindness or perhaps more aloofness
Each different generation will have their own youth culture that is reflective of their lives and times.
Presented by:
Cordero, Louise
Dionisio, Clarizza
Navarro, Neika
Chuchip, Christel
Martinez, Ingrid
Balita, Kyla

CAMERA
POLITICAL ACTIVIST
HIPPIES
CONCERT
SELFIE
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