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Forming Families

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I am currently researching on the Youth and an important aspect of their lives,'Forming Families'.
I am pretty interested to learn new ideas and hear about different views from different parts of the world about this interesting topic.
To start with,in Kenya the youth is defined a person aged between the ages 18-35 ,unlike the UN definition that categorizes the youth as 15-24.
In my several readings,its becoming interesting and i cant quench my curiosity to the fact that women are marginalized even as they transit what anthropologists call child dependency to adult autonomy.

As at now,i have not completed all the readings that i have set before me ,but i hope to do that in the next few days so that i can come up with a comprehensive analysis on this discourse.

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