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Identity Formation Youth And Development

Author: James E. Cote
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 1135021902
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The concept of identity is one of the most important ideas the social sciences have investigated in recent years, yet no introductory textbooks are available to those who want to gain a sense of this burgeoning field. The first of its kind, this text provides an introduction to the scientific study of identity formation, with a focus on youth development. The analyses of the problems and prospects faced by contemporary young people in forming identities are placed in the context of societies that themselves are in transition, further complicating identity formation and the interrelated processes of self development and moral-ethical reasoning. In order to sort through what is now a vast literature on the various aspects of human identity, this book introduces the Simplified Identity Formation Theory. This theory cuts through much of the academic jargon that limits the accessibility of this promising field, and builds an understanding of human identity from first principles. This book is optimized for students and instructors, featuring several useful pedagogical tools and a robust series of online resources: Primer format: the text synthesizes the vast and disparate literature that has characterized the field of Identity Studies, with a focus on identity formation during the transition to adulthood; theory and research is discussed in plain, non-technical language, using the author’s new Simplified Identity Formation Theory. In-text pedagogy: to enhance student engagement, box insert and in-text examples from current events, popular culture, and social media are incorporated throughout the text; key terms are in bold in each chapter and combined in a glossary at the end of the text. Online resources for instructors: A robust set of resources that, when combined with the text, provides a complete blueprint for designing an identity course; resources include PowerPoint Presentations, test bank, sample syllabi, and instructor manuals for both face-to-face and online courses that include weekly written assignment questions and discussion-forum questions along with essay topic ideas and grading rubrics. Online resources for students: a student manual, flashcards, practice quizzes, and exercises with video links.

Youth Development In Identity Societies

Author: James E. Cote
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0429783248
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This book explores the causes and consequences of the contradictions in young people’s lives stemming from the affluence–purpose paradox: a lack of purpose-in-life among many of those living in the most affluent societies in human history. This paradox is endemic to identity societies where people experience a choice-contingent life course, and is examined using an interdisciplinary approach—largely with an integration of developmental psychology and sociology, but also using historical, anthropological, economic, and political perspectives. The transition to adulthood is now commonly a prolonged process, with young people facing a number of psychological challenges and sociological obstacles in their identity formation. Challenges include difficulties in making prudent choices about goals. Obstacles involve cross-pressures in the wider society as well as in educational institutions. Consequently, many youth experience their education as alienating and stressful rather than as an opportunity for personal development. Those without a sense of purpose have more difficulties with their identity formation that can produce symptoms of anxiety and depression. The current student mental health crisis is examined in this context. An additional challenge is an ambiguously defined adulthood. Young people who are confused about appropriate adult roles often value hedonistic activities rooted in narcissism and materialism rather than in more fulfilling long-term goals. Conversely, those who are agentic in their personal development can thrive in adulthood, especially when they combine agency with generativity. This book ends with a series of recommendations for researchers and policy makers to help youth cope with the affluence–purpose paradox.

Well Being Of Youth And Emerging Adults Across Cultures

Author: Radosveta Dimitrova
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319683632
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The current volume presents new empirical data on well-being of youth and emerging adults from a global international perspective. Its outstanding features are the focus on vast geographical regions (e.g., Europe, Asia, Africa, North and South America), and on strengths and resources for optimal well-being. The international and multidisciplinary contributions address the complexities of young people’s life in a variety of cultural settings to explore how key developmental processes such as identity, religiosity and optimism, social networks, and social interaction in families and society at large promote optimal and successful adaptation. The volume draws on core theoretical models of human development to highlight the applicability of these frameworks to culturally diverse youth and emerging adults as well as universalities and cultural specifics in optimal outcomes. With its innovative and cutting-edge approaches to cultural, theoretical and methodological issues, the book offers up-to-date evidence and insights for researchers, practitioners and policy makers in the fields of cross-cultural psychology, developmental science, human development, sociology, and social work.

Queer Theory

Author: Annamarie Jagose
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Dieses Buch der australischen Literaturwissenschaftlerin Annamarie Jagose bietet eine knappe und leicht verständliche Einführung in Queer Theory und gilt im englischsprachigen Raum als Standartwerk. Die deutsche Ausgabe wird um die jüngsten Entwicklungen auf diesenm Gebiet ergänzt. Weitere Titel zum Thema sind die Aufsatzbände: Sabine Hark (Hrsg.) Grenzen lesbischer Identitäten und quaestio (Hrsg.) Queering Demokratie, Sexuelle Politiken.

Bildung Auf Einen Blick 2011 Oecd Indikatoren

Author: OECD
Publisher: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 3763948937
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Die Ausgabe des Jahres 2011 von Bildung auf einen Blick – OECD-Indikatoren ermöglicht jedem Land, sein eigenes Bildungssystem im Vergleich zu anderen Ländern zu betrachten.

Das Ich Und Das Es

Author: Sigmund Freud
Publisher: e-artnow
ISBN: 8027300673
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Dieses eBook: "Das Ich und das Es" ist mit einem detaillierten und dynamischen Inhaltsverzeichnis versehen und wurde sorgfältig korrekturgelesen. Das Ich und das Es ist eine Schrift von Sigmund Freud, die 1923 veröffentlicht wurde. Freud entwickelt in ihr ein neuartiges Modell der Psyche und ihrer Funktionsweise. Das Seelenleben wird demnach durch die Beziehungen zwischen drei Instanzen bestimmt, die schrittweise auseinander hervorgehen: dem Es, dem Ich und dem Über-Ich. Dieses genetische Strukturmodell der Psyche wird meist als zweite Topik bezeichnet, also als zweites räumliches Modell, im Unterschied zur ersten Topik, die Freud in der Traumdeutung von 1900 vorgelegt hatte. Das Es enthält die psychischen Repräsentanzen der organischen Triebe, die auf sofortige Befriedigung drängen. Es enthält außerdem das Verdrängte: Vorstellungen, die früher bewusst waren. Das Es ist von der Außenwelt abgeschnitten; unter dem Einfluss der Außenwelt entsteht aus ihm das Ich. Das Ich kontrolliert den Zugang zur Außenwelt durch Wahrnehmung und Motorik und versucht, gestützt auf das Denken, eine realitätsangemessene Befriedigung der Es-Bedürfnisse herbeizuführen. Aus dem Ich entwickelt sich durch die Identifizierung mit den Eltern das Über-Ich. Das Über-Ich richtet seine Aggression gegen das Ich und kritisiert es; das Ich reagiert hierauf mit Schuldgefühlen, die häufig unbewusst sind. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) war ein österreichischer Neurologe, Tiefenpsychologe, Kulturtheoretiker und Religionskritiker. Er war der Begründer der Psychoanalyse und gilt als einer der einflussreichsten Denker des 20. Jahrhunderts. Seine Theorien und Methoden werden bis heute diskutiert und angewendet.