The Social Life of the Adolescent

Heller, Harriet H.
June 1905
Education;Jun1905, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p579
Academic Journal
The article discusses the social life of the adolescent. Adolescence is the fourth and final stage of the social life of a child. There is a great physical readjustment during the adolescence stage. At this stage of development that most people affiliate with the church of their choice. At this stage, the adolescent's relation in the family should change. The mother will be in closer relations with her child. G. Stanley Hall recommends the separation of boys and girls during the last two grammar grades and first two high school years.


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