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As time plays a crucial role in my study, I will elaborate on time from two perspectives: historical and generational time which relate to the differences between fathers’ and daughters’ generations; adolescence and life course time which focus on important phases young people are going through, which is inspired by the use of time framework by researchers such as Glen Elder (1985), Tamara Hareven (1982), and Julia Brannen (2002). 1 Historical Time and Generational Time In the classic book The Sociological Imagination, C.

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