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The ‘Peter Pan generation’ is the name given to a group of 25 to 40-yearolds who exist in a state of extended adolescence, avoiding the trappings of responsibility — marriage, work, children — for as long as possible. ‘Our society is full of lost boys and girls hanging
out at the edge of adulthood,’ says Professor Frank Furedi, a sociologist who has been studying this phenomenon, at the University of Kent.
What is missing from our society? What can give a sense of passing from adolescence to adulthood? What support can young people expect in that other transition stage, from childhood to adolescence?
You are invited to contribute to this forum and explore with us, ways to support the discovery of a sense of identity and of belonging on the part of young people in our complex society.
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