The Rise of the American Teenager

This award-winning essay discusses the social foundations of “teenage” history, and how it was different to be a “teenager” across history. Moreover, this in-depth study will help explain current social phenomena from legal emancipation from a parent to the birth of the “tweener” or pre-teen subcultural notion. More

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About Nasser Chihadih

Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, and dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before.

We all love to converse in a coffee shop along with a cup of coffee and a cigarette. Accordingly, the stories are the kind to be told in a conversation. You wouldn't tell a story to your friends in 5 hours to get a point across; you want it to be short and intensely satisfying. The short stories to be presented to you will be exactly that, like the ghost stories told around a camp fire; however, they'll be stories injected with love, family, psychology, sex, and morality. They challenge basic questions of the human experience. So, why not share them?

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