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COM10003 Learning and Communicating Online

Group 1 Assessment 2a

Ashleigh Hamill

on 1 June 2015

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Social Development
• Social development takes place in the context of relationships
• Adolescent's begin to gain independence away from their families
• Desire to be accepted can lead to the partaking in unfamiliar activities
• Community factors that impact social development include:
Socioeconomic status

Emotional Development
Adolescent's are establishing their self-identity at this age. Identity is made up of two components:
1. Self-Concept
2. Self-Esteem

Physical Development
stages of human development
Emotional development skills include:
• Recognising and managing emotions
• Developing empathy
• Learning to resolve conflict
• Cooperating

Breast growth
Increased vaginal lubrication
Menstrual cycles
Adolescence also experience...

Oily skin
Increased sweating
Pubic & underarm hair
Facial & chest hair
Early Adulthood
mature adulthood
Social development
Physical development
35 - 65 years
Maintains healthy life habits
Creates comfortable home
Feels unity with partner
Helps growing or grown children become responsible adults
Uses leisure time creatively
Signs of ageing
Emotional development
Begin to contemplate the meaning of life
Feel the need or desire to create or nurture things that will outlast them
Proud of accomplishments (self & partner)
Adjust to physical changes of middle adulthood
Psychosocial theory

Erik Erikson - 8 stages of psychosocial development

Care: generativity vs. stagnation - stage 7
Experiences growth spurt and weight gain (girls earlier than boys)
More sweating
Hair growth underarms, pubic, face and chin
Body changes
Joints ache
Males start wet dreams
Girls start menstruation
Softening of features
Conflicting feelings
Thoughtful towards others
Relate to same gender
Likes privacy
Mood swings
Develop crushes
Can be critical of self and others
Graying hair
Physical fitness levels begin to decline
Emotional development
Physical development
Social Development
Menopause in women
Body shows clear signs of aging, grey hair, hair lose, wrinkles
Gradual change in physic, weakening of body sense
Loss continue in visual and hearing abilities
Decreases in immune system
Short-term memory may decline
Impact on sexual functioning but not pleasure

12 - 20 years
20-35 years

Look youthful - feel young and attractive
Completed growing physically
Peak physical condition
Generally experience great health and function- sensations (sight, hearing taste, touch, smell), motor skills, coordination, strength and high
energy levels
Physical changes occur for pregnant women

Social development
Establish own independence away from family - leaving home
Make big life decisions - study, career, partner, travel, goals, debt
Commence and finish study
Choose career
Choose living arrangements/buy a house
Find place in society

Emotional development
Build new personal relationships- friendships/intimate
Explore sexuality, multiple partners
Develop intimate relationships- choose life partner
Start a family
Set goals, positive outlook

Psychosocial theory

Erik Erikson - 8 stages of psychosocial development

Love: Intimacy vs isolation- stage 6
Successful completion will lead to acquiring a virtue - love
Sharing ourselves with others, building deep intimate relationships, result in security, commitment, good relationships and sense of safety

Can I make my life count?
Works to gain competence
Very sociable
Relationship with friends are strong
Lacks self-esteem
Tend to blend in, not stand out
Relates to same gender
Likes to talk and share ideas
Personality may be revealed
Friendships are important
late childhood
This presentation provides a brief summary of five of the 12 Stages of Human Development;
Late Childhood, Adolescence, Early Adulthood, Midlife and Mature Adulthood.
It explores relevant theories, physical development, emotional development, and social development of the five chosen stages of human life.
This informational resource was created using credible online sources from a variety of websites.
In evaluating these sources a checklist approach
was used to determine credibility and reliability by testing Accuracy, Authority, Objectivity, Currency and Coverage (Metzger, 2007).
9 - 12 years

Testicle growth
Wet dreams
Deeper voice
physical development
Fertility declines (male & female
Women may experience menopause from mid 40's to early 50's
50 - 80 years
Girls grow around age 9-12 and experience:
Boys grow from age 11-14 and experience:
Late Childhood
Early Adulthood
Mature Adulthood
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Each stage of human life comes with it’s own challenges and rewards. By exploring the theories, physical, emotional, and social development of Late Childhood, Adolescence, Early Adulthood, Midlife and Mature Adulthood we are able to gain a deeper understanding of ourselves and the people around us. This credible and reliable informational resource will benefit everyone,
no matter which stage of life they are at.

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Marital satisfaction often rises as children move away from home
Friendship and marriage/partnership continue as primary sources of affiliation
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Satisfaction with life largely dependent on family involvement

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Confidence within themselves
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Dependent on others
Loss of spouse, family members and friends
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Competence: industry vs. inferiority - stage 4
Psychosocial theory

Erik Erikson - 8 stages of psychosocial development
Express love through more than sexual contacts
Reverse roles with aging parents
Achieve mature, civic and social responsibility
Relinquish central role in lives of grown children
Psychosocial theory

Erik Erikson - 8 stages of psychosocial development

Wisdom: ego integrity vs. despair - stage 8
Reflection of life
Develop feelings of contentment and integrity if they believe that they have led a happy life
Can occur out of the sequence when an individual feels they are near the end of their life
Existential Question: Is it OK to Have Been Me?
Psychosocial theory

Erik Erikson - 8 stages of psychosocial development

Fidelity: identity vs. role confusion - stage 5
Existential Question: Who Am I and What Can I Be?
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