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ID development through romance
Transcript of ID development through romance
Adolescents' Development through relationship building
Child Life Influences Identity vs. Role Confusion Intimacy vs. Isolation Erikson, 1968 Erikson, 1968 Goal: to develop a sense of self and personal identity
Success: an ability to stay true to yourself
Failure: role confusion and a weak sense of self. References http://www.buzzfeed.com/mjs538/ways-corey-and-topanga-gave-you-unrealistic-expectations-abo "Cory and Topanga are a perfect couple, and watching them has forever scarred you, tainting your future outlook of relationships." 11. You will never be this insightful. "I give up." Theoretical Influences Attachment (1969/1982)
Paul & White (1990)
Motivational life-task perspective
Erikson (1968) Erikson (1968) Empirical Research Limitations & Future Research Child Life Influence Who am I? How do I fit into this world? What do I believe? What are my ethics? Can I love? Does he like me? Do I want a relationship? How do I balance my likes and my boyfriend's interests? Stopera, March 22, 2013 Identity vs. Role Confusion Goal: form intimate, loving relationships with other people
Success: facilitate and foster strong relationships
Failure: loneliness and isolation. Marcia, 1966 Intimacy vs. Isolation Why this theory is appropriate? Theoretical limitations General themes/results
Relationship duration Contradictory
Longitudinal research needed
Consistent measures needed
Diversification of samples
Consensus of theoretical frameworks
Assumptions Recreational therapeutic influence
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