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Coming of Age in Byzantium: Adolescence and Society

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  • Published: 01 Dec 2017
  • Publisher: De Gruyter
  • Country: Austria
The various phases of life and their manifestations in theory and social reality constitute a well-established area of research in the fields of western medieval studies and ancient history. In this respect the Byzantine East has been widely neglected. This volume will focus on the Byzantine experience of adolescence, which may be defined as the biological transition from childhood to adulthood as well as the social and psychological experience of leaving the care of parents, guardians and family groups and the gradual integration into adult society.
free text keywords: Geschichte, History, Adolescence; Byzantinische Adoleszenz; Byzantium; Erwachsensein; Familie; Kindheit; Society; Sozialisierung; adulthood; biological and psychological development; biologische und psychologische Entwicklung; childhood; family; socialisation, Sozialgeschichte, historische Sozialforschung, Social History, Historical Social Research, Byzantinische Adoleszenz, Kindheit, Erwachsensein, Familie, Sozializierung, biologische und psychologische Entwicklung, ÖFOS 2012, Soziologie, ÖFOS 2012, Geschichte, Archäologie, ÖFOS 2012, Andere Sozialwissenschaften, ÖFOS 2012, Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaften, Byzantine adolescence, childhood, adulthood, family, socialisation, biological and psychological development, ÖFOS 2012, Sociology, ÖFOS 2012, History, Archaeology, ÖFOS 2012, Other Social Sciences, ÖFOS 2012, Linguistics and Literature, BIC Standard Subject Categories, History: earliest times to present day (HBL), BIC Standard Subject Categories, Early history: c 500 to c 1450/1500 (HBLC), BIC Standard Subject Categories, Medieval history (HBLC1), BIC Standard Subject Categories, History: specific events & topics (HBT), BIC Standard Subject Categories, The arts (A), BIC Standard Subject Categories, The arts: general issues (AB), ddc:900
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