? asked in Social ScienceSociology · 2 months ago

Is there a big difference between 18 and 19 in terms of society viewing you as young?

Generally, the younger you are, the more likely society has sympathy for you, if you know what I mean. From my experience, even thought 18 years old is legally an adult, society often views you as young enough to have sympathy for. Does this change at 19?

(I hope what I said makes sense)

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That does not answer the question, Jorge.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

     Legal adulthood threshold should be an even 20 imo zxjqkp

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  • 2 months ago

    We can change that rule to a younger age or older age if social thinking allows it.  Seems the one we have right now works for most of us.  No reason it can't be changed it if public opinion allows it.   

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