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Age as a principle of social organisation
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achieve activity adolescence age group age of majority allocation areas associations attitudes become behaviour boy friend boys and girls Britain British cent chapter child churches civic clubs conflict convictions courtship delinquency depend despite earlier economic encouraged enter entertainment especially expected experience greater important increase increasingly indictable offences influence interest JOHN BARRON juvenile Kegan Paul labour large number leaves school leisure less lives male marital roles marriage married mass media membership menarche modern society moral Musgrove nonconformity occupation offences parents pattern peer group physical political population prepared problems recruit relationships responsibilities rewards riage romantic love Routledge & Kegan Samoa school leaving sexual share situation social organisation social service sociology sport suicide teenage culture thrusters tion trade unions traditional University University of Liverpool values voluntary associations whereas women working-class young workers youth culture