Adolescent in the Desert Environment – an Anthropological Study in the Adrar Region, southern Algeria
Author: Dr. Aleid Qaeida , Dr. Saadia Qandoussi |Pages: 51-76|

Abstract: Theoretical frameworks emphasize that the manifestations accompanying the period of adolescence are universal, and that the adolescent goes through crises throughout this stage, including: in his relationship with adults, in achieving his identity and proving himself, in curbing his sexual instincts and others in the level of ambition. Despite the fact that the physiological changes experienced by any adolescent are tangible changes, adolescents differ in terms of psychological and social suffering according to the different civilizations and cultures in which they live, and from this standpoint our current study on adolescents in the desert society came.


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