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What does adolescence look like for teenagers in England and Japan?

By Dr Emily Emmott

We are now coming to the end of our In My Life photography project, and we are

delighted to share a project summary produced in collaboration with Futurum Careers!

The project aimed to understand the important things for teenagers, as identified by teenagers themselves, in Japan and England. Teens aged 13-15 were given a camera to capture their lives over a one week period, and researchers from both countries have been analysing the images and texts to gain insight into adolescent lives.

The summary of our project, as well as what it's like to be a biological anthropologist, has been published in Issue 10 of the Futurum Careers magazine:

You can also download the article below:

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