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International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research in Science Society and Culture(IJIRSSC)
Youth is not just a biological category; it's also a societal invention. This may sound like socio-babble but as we have changed from an agricultural to post-industrial society our definition of youth has evolved. Young people used to be parental property; nurtured by domestic folk practices then forced into work and afforded no legal rights. Youth today is a public institution; objectified by the state, preserved in law by business and studied and monitored by rational, scientific expertise.fatcat:ay56hxmeavesdonduzwyfnhlum