Adolescence in a Moroccan Town
by Susan Schaefer Davis
Rutgers University Press, 1989
Cloth: 978-0-8135-1368-3 | Paper: 978-0-8135-2762-8
Library of Congress Classification HQ799.M82Z363 1989
Dewey Decimal Classification 305.23509

ABOUT THIS BOOK
ABOUT THIS BOOK
Adolescence is in many ways a culturally constructed category, with different meanings for different societies. Susan Schaefer Davis and Douglas A. Davis have studied adolescence in Zawiya, a town in northern Morocco. They examine changes in views of adolescence, changes in adolescent behavior, and differences in the adolescent experiences of boys and girls over the past few decades.

Rashid was eighteen in 1982, when he helped us understand the feelings and activities of young people in his neighborhood, no longer a boy but not quite a man. He liked to talk about how his feelings and his understanding had grown from the time described, when he was just a kid. He recalled his dreams and plans in one of the hundreds of conversations we had about adolescence in this Moroccan town. His generation of youth in "Zawiya," on the western edge of North Africa, are the subject of this book.
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