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 </​blockquote>​ See the subtitles of the [[http://​routledgesw.com/​files/​hbse/​9.3Milner.pdf]] -- **Teenagers,​ Status, and Consumerism** </​blockquote>​ See the subtitles of the [[http://​routledgesw.com/​files/​hbse/​9.3Milner.pdf]] -- **Teenagers,​ Status, and Consumerism**
  
-<​blockquote>​+<​blockquote>​Introductory ​remarks: Many explanations of the teenage behavior focus on their
-ntroductory ​remarks: Many explanations of the teenage behavior focus on their+
 stage of biological and psychological development. Yet these are virtually the stage of biological and psychological development. Yet these are virtually the
-same for young people in all societies and historical periods. ​Th eir patterns of +same for young people in all societies and historical periods. ​Their patterns of 
-behavior, however, vary enormously across cultures. ​Th is reading ​off ers a sociological+behavior, however, vary enormously across cultures. ​This reading ​offers ​a sociological
 understanding of contemporary American teenagers that focuses on the ways that understanding of contemporary American teenagers that focuses on the ways that
 adults have organized the formal structures of young people’s lives and in turn how adults have organized the formal structures of young people’s lives and in turn how
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