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|How British teenagers are making American high-school proms their own
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|Tinson J (2016) How British teenagers are making American high-school proms their own. The Conversation. 28.06.2016. https://theconversation.com/how-british-teenagers-are-making-american-high-school-proms-their-own-61527
|First paragraph: That most American of institutions, the high-school prom, has now become a regular feature marking the end of the summer term in manyBritish schools. While “coming-of-age” celebrations are popular in a variety of cultures and countries, the high-school prom transcends the religious observances normally associated with rites of passage. Access this article on The Conversation website: https://theconversation.com/how-british-teenagers-are-making-american-high-school-proms-their-own-61527
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