A century ago, youth implied a vast clearly defined phase of transition from child to adult. According to this, youth ended with the entry into the working life or marriage. Today it is not so easy to narrow this tranisitional period down. Sociology acts on the assumpiton of many little fractions of transitons, consisting of judicial and cultural maturity admittances. For this reason the transition frazzles out.
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