Directions: first think about what being an adult means or looks like to you. How does one become an adult? Where do your thoughts about this come from? Next, read Growing Up is Harder to Do (https://insight.ccsf.edu/pluginfile.php/507626/mod_assign/intro/Furstenberg_growing_up_is_hard_to_do.pdf) and Working Class Growing Pains (https://insight.ccsf.edu/pluginfile.php/507626/mod_assign/intro/working%20class%20growing%20pains.pdf) and answer the following questions 1. What were the markers of adulthood in the 1950s 1960s? Which were primary (most emphasized or expected)? Did they come in any particular order? How have these markers changed in the current era? 2. What social programs helped support the transition to adulthood in the 1950s 1960s? How has this changed in the present era? What constraints do emerging adults face in comparison to those of the 1950s 1960s? 3. What, per these readings, has led to the lengthening road to adulthood? 4. What do these articles recommend to support the transition to adulthood? 5. Summary discuss your thoughts with respect to the transition to adulthood. What are (or were) the markers of this transition? Do you see this as an individual journey or as one moderated by society? Explain your thoughts in this regard. What Awaits you: On-time delivery guarantee Masters and PhD-level writers Automatic plagiarism check 100% Privacy and Confidentiality High Quality custom-written papers
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