In Search of Adolescence A New Look at an Old Idea Is adolescence really a modern cultural construct as many have claimed Author and veteran youth worker Crystal Kirgiss began her journey into the history of adolescence when the fourteenth century Sq

  • Title: In Search of Adolescence: A New Look at an Old Idea
  • Author: Crystal Kirgiss
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  • Page: 194
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  • Is adolescence really a modern cultural construct, as many have claimed Author and veteran youth worker Crystal Kirgiss began her journey into the history of adolescence when the fourteenth century Squire of Chaucer s Canterbury Tales caught her eye Not a boy, not yet a man the Squire s classic hallmarks of adolescent attitudes and behaviors pushed her to search furtherIs adolescence really a modern cultural construct, as many have claimed Author and veteran youth worker Crystal Kirgiss began her journey into the history of adolescence when the fourteenth century Squire of Chaucer s Canterbury Tales caught her eye Not a boy, not yet a man the Squire s classic hallmarks of adolescent attitudes and behaviors pushed her to search further and further into historical literature and documents in search of adolescence Here Kirgiss offers youth workers a glimpse into the rich history of adolescence from the tenth through the eighteenth century, walking readers through exactly what many deep thinkers, artistic creators, impassioned preachers, and other influencers had to say about this life stage, long before our modern and postmodern incarnations of youth and youth ministry existed.

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    1. Brilliant.If you know someone who is an adolescent, this book is for you."But healthy skepticism is not a bad thin when directed at theories, generalizations, and intellectual narratives. This is not to imply that there are endless holes to be poked in our collective wealth of knowledge. It is simply to say the querying, wondering, pondering, and even debating (ever so politely and only when warranted) are okay. Perhaps more than okay. Perhaps important and necessary. Perhaps indeed."

    2. I loved, loved, loved this book. Crystal has a great sense of humor - never knew literary history could be so entertaining :)Read my whole review here: youthleadersacademy/i

    3. A good place to start for any youth worker or parent before hitting the heavy research on adolescence, adolescent development and "youth culture. "

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