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Generation blame: How age affects our views of anti-social behavior

Research reveals disconnect between what adults and young people interpret as anti-social behavior (ASB), as 40 percent of adults see young people gathering in public as ASB. Study is the first to directly compare teenage perceptions of ASB with those of adults.
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