The Psychology of Later Adolescence – Part 1


Four young people from different backgrounds talk about their lives.

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Producer: Professor Malcolm Brown, Queen’s University Belfast
Year Produced: 1989
Running time: 56 minutes
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Three 17 year olds and one 19 year old talk about their lives. Two are African, one English and one Canadian. An African village girl waits for a fantasy to come true., a young man highlights the differing generation perceptions of growing up in a developing country and the problems that this causes for him.

Some adolescents wish that they could rush through to adulthood, others enjoy being where they are. “What is it like for you being at this age?” brings some illuminating answers. Part of a series of programmes by Malcolm Brown, who made the Talking About..’ series. For teaching and learning purposes, the human life span is divided into 12 linked stages, from the pre-school child to the very old.

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