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Adolescence Meaning & Nature
Adolescence
 From Latin Adolescere , Meaning to grow up
 Physical and psychological development
 Occurs during the peri...
Puberty in General
 The structural changes to resemble an adult form
 Physical growth & psychological changes occur
10-1...
Hypothetical & Relativistic Thinking
 Hypothetical Thinking
makes Adolescents more
skilled Debaters
 Hypothetical Thinki...
Taking Risks
 Injuries sustained by adolescents are related to risky
behavior
 Adolescents are more likely to take risks...
Identity Development
 Egocentrism in Adolescents forms a self-conscious
desire to feel important in their group
Media profusion
 Adolescents utilization of computers, cell phones &
Televisions to gain access to various mediums of
pop...
Social Networking
 Several sources report a high proportion of
Adolescents who use social media
 73% of 12-17 years repo...
Conclusion
 Parents should be friendly with their children
 Observation of Adolescent activities helps to retain
in righ...
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  1. 1. Adolescence Meaning & Nature
  2. 2. Adolescence  From Latin Adolescere , Meaning to grow up  Physical and psychological development  Occurs during the period from puberty to legal adulthood  Associated with teenage years
  3. 3. Puberty in General  The structural changes to resemble an adult form  Physical growth & psychological changes occur 10-11 for girls & 11-12 for boys
  4. 4. Hypothetical & Relativistic Thinking  Hypothetical Thinking makes Adolescents more skilled Debaters  Hypothetical Thinking helps to plan ahead  Compared to children Adolescents are more likely to question others assertions  Less likely to accept facts as absolute truth
  5. 5. Taking Risks  Injuries sustained by adolescents are related to risky behavior  Adolescents are more likely to take risks than adults  Addicting to Alcohol  Bike racing, Car crashes, Sky diving etc
  6. 6. Identity Development  Egocentrism in Adolescents forms a self-conscious desire to feel important in their group
  7. 7. Media profusion  Adolescents utilization of computers, cell phones & Televisions to gain access to various mediums of popular culture has increased
  8. 8. Social Networking  Several sources report a high proportion of Adolescents who use social media  73% of 12-17 years reported having at least one social networking profile, 68% of teens text everyday, 51% visits social networking sites daily
  9. 9. Conclusion  Parents should be friendly with their children  Observation of Adolescent activities helps to retain in right path  Counseling to right way of life
  10. 10. Concept Based Video

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