Corpus ID: 56159939

Postmodern rejuvenation of grown-ups: who kidults are?

  title={Postmodern rejuvenation of grown-ups: who kidults are?},
  author={Marina Dvornyk},
  • Marina Dvornyk
  • Published 2016
  • Psychology
  • The paper is dedicated to the kidult figure – childish adult – as a generation of postmodern reality. It is postulated that 20-35-yeared people escaping from their biological age by desire to dress up into teenage clothes, by anti-aging treatments, by searching of extreme experiences, by the lack of investments in long-term relationships and properties is a logical process of youth lifestyle standardization and juvenile society of postmodern times. The parallelisms for kidult definitions as the… CONTINUE READING


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