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1950s teenagers emerge . Understanding how teenagers go from childhood to adulthood Kiah Walton Period 5/6. Teenagers and their Identity . Fashion Trends (Prep Greaser) Short curly hair & duck tail Music Rock ‘n’ roll Movies that related to teenagers Slang/ hipster talk

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1950s teenagers emerge

1950s teenagers emerge

Understanding how teenagers go from childhood to adulthood

Kiah Walton

Period 5/6


Teenagers and their identity

Teenagers and their Identity

  • FashionTrends (Prep Greaser) Short curly hair & duck tail

  • Music Rock ‘n’ roll

  • Movies that related to teenagers

  • Slang/ hipster talk

  • Dances hand jive, the twist, the stroll, & jitterbug


Young holden

Young Holden

  • Holden cries a lot

  • Does not take responsibility

  • Exaggerates (acts as if he was shot)

  • Not serious about school

  • Does not know how to handle himself in certain situations (fight w/ Stradlater)

  • Not educated about sex

  • Goes to the museum and skating rink


Adult holden

Adult Holden

  • Does not want to take money from Phoebe

  • Smokes and drinks

  • Leaves his family

  • Loves his sister and family

  • Makes decisions

  • Thinks about sex

  • Prostitute


Holden s motif

Holden's Motif

  • Allie

  • Childhood (does not know how to cope w/ death)

  • Damages garage

  • Adulthood (speaks highly of Allie)


Holden s loss of innocence

Holden’s Loss of innocence

  • Childhood to Adulthood

  • Acting phony

  • Lies a lot

  • Curses

  • Running away


1 950 s loss of innocence

1950’s loss of innocence

  • Music

  • Slang

  • Dances

  • Fashion


Personal view

Personal view

  • Going to college/ moving out of moms and pops

  • More responsibilities (JOB)

  • Having more experiences

  • Learning more abut your self

  • Being INDEPENDENT


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