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Adult: Quiz


Question 1: being a model or ________ in pornography: rules for the young person, and for other people, regarding production, possession, etc.

Question 2: South Korea & British Columbia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Yukon Territory in Canada and Nebraska and ________ in the United States (19)
Georgia (U.S. state)AlabamaMississippiKentucky

Question 3: Most medical and general English dictionaries define ________ as the period from infancy to puberty, thus historically adulthood began with puberty.
AdolescenceChildhoodAgeingAttachment theory

Question 4: Some cultures in ________ define adult at age 13.
Scramble for AfricaAfrican UnionSub-Saharan AfricaAfrica

Question 5: After the social construct of ________ was created, adulthood split into two forms: social adulthood and biological adulthood.
PubertyAgeingDevelopmental psychologyAdolescence

Question 6: ________ is an event; passing a series of tests to demonstrate the child is prepared for adulthood; or reaching a specified age, sometimes in conjunction with demonstrating preparation.
Rite of passageAdolescenceAge of majorityComing of age

Question 7: Adulthood can be defined in ________, psychological adult development, law, personal character, or social status.

Question 8: According to The Disappearance of Childhood by Neil Postman, the ________ of the Middle Ages considered the age of accountability, when a person could be tried and even executed as an adult, to be age 7.
East–West SchismChristianityChristian ChurchEarly Christianity

Question 9: According to Jewish tradition, adulthood is reached at age 13 (the age of the ________), for Jewish boys, for example, were expected to demonstrate preparation for adulthood by learning the Torah and other Jewish practices.
Brit milahBar and Bat MitzvahMikvehJewish services

Question 10: The Christian ________ and Jewish scripture has no age requirement for adulthood or marrying, which includes engaging in sexual activity.
BibleChristianity and JudaismBiblical canonNevi'im

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