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==Career==
 
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In 1971 Kenneth Keniston developed the idea of [[youth]]. He highlighted some of the various themes and transformations he viewed as crucial in defining “youth” as a stage of life. In his book Youth and Dissent: A Rise in a New Opposition, he discusses the underlying differences between what is referred to as adolescence and young adulthood. He claims that adolescence is typically reflective of an incline in immaturity and a reflection in youthful behavior
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In 1971 Kenneth Keniston developed the idea of [[youth]]. He highlighted some of the various themes and transformations he viewed as crucial in defining “youth” as a stage of life. In his book Youth and Dissent: A Rise in a New Opposition, he discusses the underlying differences between what is referred to as adolescence and young adulthood. He claims that adolescence is typically reflective of an incline in immaturity and a reflection in youthful behavior.
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Keniston taught at [[Harvard University]] and [[Yale University]] before joining the [[MIT]] faculty in 1977,
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Person.png Kenneth Keniston   AmazonRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(academic)
Kenneth Keniston.jpg
Born1930
Chicago
NationalityUS
Alma materHarvard University, Oxford University/Balliol College
Interestsyouth

Career

In 1971 Kenneth Keniston developed the idea of youth. He highlighted some of the various themes and transformations he viewed as crucial in defining “youth” as a stage of life. In his book Youth and Dissent: A Rise in a New Opposition, he discusses the underlying differences between what is referred to as adolescence and young adulthood. He claims that adolescence is typically reflective of an incline in immaturity and a reflection in youthful behavior.

Keniston taught at Harvard University and Yale University before joining the MIT faculty in 1977,


 

Event Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)
Bilderberg/19699 May 196911 May 1969Hotel Marienlyst
Elsinore
Denmark


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