Louise J. Kaplan quotes

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Adolescence represents an inner emotional upheaval, a struggle between the eternal human wish to cling to the past and the equally ...
Adolescents are the bearers of cultural renewal, those cycles of generation and regeneration that link our limited individual dest ...
For parents the grown-up child's leave-taking from the family nest is a time for reexamining their own lives. . . . They reminisce ...
Another reason for the increased self-centeredness of an adolescent is her susceptibility to humiliation. This brazen, defiant cre ...
Another potentiality of our irrepressible juvenility is a capacity to maintain until the onset of senility an active creative inte ...
Schoolchildren make up their own rules and enforce their own conformities. They feel safest when leisure time is rationed and dose ...
In all times and in all places--in Constantinople, northwestern Zambia, Victorian England, Sparta, Arabia, . . . medieval France, ...
From the beginning moments of life, the urges for each of us to become a self in the world are there--in the liveliness of our inn ...
By directing our sentiments, passions, and reason toward the common human plight, imagination grants us the advantages of a moral ...
We humans undergo two major growth spurts: one during infancy and another from eleven to twelve until fifteen or sixteen--pubescen ...
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