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Volume 3, Issue 3 (1974)

Continuity of Learning

pp. 20—25

The decision to delay vocational or job decisions until comparatively late in the life cycle inevitably makes fuzzy one’s definition of oneself as an adult, for at the very moment the young man or woman is seeking authenticity, the only legitimate role that is open to him is that of student. Youth culture becomes more deeply entrenched, more prolonged, more ideologically in opposition, more “adult” in the sense of being a timeless status.

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