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      Identity and Agency in Emerging Adulthood : Two Developmental Routes in the Individualization Process

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      Youth & Society
      SAGE Publications

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                Journal
                Youth & Society
                Youth & Society
                SAGE Publications
                0044-118X
                1552-8499
                August 19 2016
                August 19 2016
                : 37
                : 2
                : 201-229
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                10.1177/0044118X05275965
                3504864f-e19e-4f63-aa0d-18f65bccc0a3
                © 2016
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