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Aries (1962)
He argues that the concept of childhood has changed significantly over the last 5 hundred years. he therefore argues that childhood is a social construction.
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Clarke (1976)
He believes youth to be based around the concept of rebellion and resistance
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Willis (1990)
He says most youths are identified as being ordinary.
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Hockey and James (1993)
They view young adulthood as being bound up with being independent from parents, having control of their own finances and having responsibilities.
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Education (Age identity)
The month an individual is brown will have a big impact on their age identity throughout their life.
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Peer groups (Age identity)
Peer groups have a big impact in affecting an individual's norms, values and culture.
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Hegemonic masculinity (Traditional man)
It is the dominant form of masculinity; it’s the masculinity that the society places most value on. There characteristics include being strong, brave, assertive, independent, rational and non-emotional.
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He believes youth to be based around the concept of rebellion and resistance

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Willis (1990)

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Hockey and James (1993)

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Education (Age identity)

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