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Sleepover

– Characteristics: – Sleepover is an event where a child spends the night with other children. – Often considered a rite of passage for young […]

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– Characteristics:
– Sleepover is an event where a child spends the night with other children.
– Often considered a rite of passage for young individuals.
– Helps in asserting independence and developing social connections.
– Occurs without adult presence.
– Encourages autonomy in a safe environment.

– Teen sleepovers:
– Trend of parents endorsing sleepovers for teenagers emerged in the 1990s.
– Boys and girls stay overnight together during these sleepovers.
– Some view it as a safer alternative to teenage dating outside the house.
– Debate among commentators regarding the trend.
– Seen as a modern rite of passage for teens.

– References:
– Judith Ancer’s article discusses sleepovers fostering autonomy in children.
– Edward Eveld highlights sleepovers as a rite of passage for kids.
– Barbara F. Meltz’s piece on the significance of sleepovers.
– Peter Annin’s take on the cultural aspects of sleepovers.
– Various articles discussing the impact of coed sleepovers on teenagers.

– Categories:
– Sleepovers fall under the category of parties.
– They play a role in shaping childhood experiences.
– Considered a cultural phenomenon.
– Articles and references contribute to the understanding of sleepovers.
– Sleepovers as a topic of interest in various publications.

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– Articles have short descriptions.
– Short descriptions differ from Wikidata.
– Articles with J9U identifiers.
– Articles with LCCN identifiers.

Sleepover (Wikipedia)

A sleepover (also known as a slumber party or pajama party) is a social occasion where a young person stays at the home of a friend. Multiple people and/or friends may sleepover at the friend's home. Typically a younger person will partake in a sleepover; however, an adult or older person may sleep at a friend's home.

Guests resting at a sleepover
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