4 edition of Adolescence and culture found in the catalog.
Adolescence and culture
Aaron H. Esman
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Aaron H. Esman.|
|Series||Psychoanalysis and culture|
Preoccupation with adolescence was one of the hallmarks of European culture at the turn of the century. In this absorbing book, John Neubauer examines the representation of adolescents in the literature, visual arts, psychology, and psychoanalytic theory of this period, and he considers the social institutions and youth movements that were formed to accomodate them. Adolescence is one of the most fascinating and complex transitions in the life span. Its breathtaking pace of growth and change is second only to that of infancy. Biological processes drive many aspects of this growth and development, with the onset of puberty marking the passage from childhood to adolescence. Puberty is a transitional period between childhood and adulthood, during which a Cited by: 2.
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Adolescence, transitional phase of growth and development between childhood and adulthood. The World Health Organization defines an adolescent as any person aged 10 to In many societies, however, adolescence is often equated with puberty. Learn more about the definition, features, and stages of adolescence. adolescence/youth culture The word adolescence came to indicate an age group in the twentieth century, and many theories have been developed on the subject. In the past, primitive societies had initiation rites to mark the abrupt transition from child-hood to adulthood, and the initiated would gradually take their place in adult society, but this social rite has now weakened.
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Cited by: For undergraduate courses in Adolescence and Adolescent Development Focused on a global cultural perspective that incorporates research on adolescence through emerging adulthood Grounded in a global cultural perspective (within and outside of the US), this text includes a considerable amount of anthropology, sociology, and international research in addition to the compelling psychological research on adolescent development.
This book /5(35). The Adolescent: Development, Relationships and Cultureoffers an eclectic, interdisciplinary approach to the study of adolescence, presenting both psychological and sociological viewpoints as well as educational, demographic, and economic data.
This text discusses not just one theory on the subject, but many, and outlines the contributions, strengths, and weaknesses of s: 1. The Adolescent: Development, Relationships, and Culture offers an eclectic, interdisciplinary approach to the study of adolescence, presenting biological, psychological, and sociological viewpoints alongside educational, demographic, and economic data.
Author Kim Dolgin places emphasis upon American adolescents, but also explores the issues facing adolescents in the developing world, as well as in /5(3). For undergraduate courses in Adolescence and Adolescent Development The Adolescent: Development, Relationships and Culture Adolescence and culture book an eclectic, interdisciplinary approach to the study of adolescence, presenting both psychological and sociological viewpoints as well as educational, demographic, and economic data.
This text discusses not just one theory on the subject,/5. Description of the book "The Adolescent: Development, Relationships, and Culture": For undergraduate courses in Adolescence and Adolescent DevelopmentÂ The Adolescent: Development, Relationships and Culture offers an eclectic, interdisciplinary approach to the study of adolescence, presenting both psychological and sociological viewpoints as well as educational, demographic, and economic data.
Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood: A Cultural Approach, Sixth Edition is also available via Revel™, an interactive digital learning environment that replaces the print textbook, enabling students to read, practice, and study in one continuous experience.
Revel is ideal for courses where student engagement and mobile access are : Paper. The Adolescent: Development, Relationships, and Culture Contemporary and inclusive, The Adolescent continues to be the best selling and most comprehensive text in its subject area, setting the standard for adolescent psychology books since publication more than twenty years ago/5(12).
Culture and Adolescents' Physical, Cognitive, and Socio-Emotional Development Culture is a system of beliefs, values, languages, and behaviors, and human-made aspects of the physical environment, that varies from one group to by: Considering that the adolescent years are a period of finding one’s self-identity, adolescents from a non-mainstream culture may find it more difficult to identify themselves.
On the one hand, adolescents identify with their families, which may be a non-mainstream culture; on the other hand, adolescents also identify with their peer group, which is often a part of the mainstream culture.
This is a decent book on adolescent development. One nice feature is that it includes historical and cultural sidebars and compares American culture to cultures around the world.
I did feel, however, that beyond the "Cognitive Foundations", "Cultural Beliefs", and "Family Relationships" chapters that this text was written for someone who was /5. Adolescent Culture. Adolescent Culture - The Creation of the Teenager “There was a time, literally, when there were no teenagers.” What Diana West is suggesting in The Death of the Grown-Up: How America’s Arrested Development Threatens Western Civilization 1 will undoubtedly sound ridiculous to thousands of youth pastors, family therapists, and advertising gurus whose livelihoods depend.
Arguing that American culture appeals to and is populated by children and adolescents who merely appear to be adult men and women, the essays in Perpetual Adolescence examine the Jungian archetype of the “eternal youth”—the puer aeternus—as it is manifested in the arrested development of American culture.
From the infantilization of the American psyche and the lionization of teenaged 5/5(1). Cultural values and religious beliefs play a substantial role in adolescent development. Developmental scientists have shown increasing interest in how culture and religion are involved in the processes through which adolescents adapt to environments.
This volume constitutes a timely and unique. Contemporary parenting has witnessed a multitude of adaptations over the past decade across various cultural settings. Adolescent attachment patterns with parents have been explored in varying cultural contexts. These attachment patterns have been extensively studied in the light of adolescence as a turbulent phase of development.
This chapter offers a systematic review of the cultural factors Cited by: 1. Dynamic content designed for the way today's students read, think, and learn brings concepts to life. Integrated within the narrative, interactives empower students to engage with concepts and take an active role in learning.
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The neurobiological processes that define adolescence and influence risk-taking are complex, and the role they play is emerging as a key factor in adolescent behavior. These processes must be understood in the context of psychological development and social influences. Bradford Brown provided an overview of psychosocial development and adolescent risk-taking, and Valerie Reyna explored.
Values, Religion, and CultuRe in adolesCent deVelopment Cultural values and religious beliefs play a substantial role in adolescent development. Developmental scientists have shown increasing interest in how culture and religion are involved in the processes through which adolescents adapt to environments.
This volume constitutes a timely and. Adolescent future orientation: Intergenerational transmission and intertwining tactics in cultural and family settings. In W. Friedlemeier, P. Chakkarath, & B. Schwarz (Eds.), Culture and human development: The importance of cross-cultural research for the social sciences (pp.
New York: Psychology Press. The Adolescent: Development, Relationships and Culture offers an eclectic, interdisciplinary approach to the study of adolescence, presenting both psychological and sociological viewpoints as well as educational, demographic, and economic data.
This text discusses not just one theory on the subject, but many, and outlines the contributions, strengths, and weaknesses of : Kim Gale Dolgin.This chapter discusses why research on adolescent development will benefit from a focus on values and religion using a culture-sensitive approach. In the first part, the relations among culture, values, and religion in adolescent development are briefly by: 9.Culture and Adolescence.
This article explores the definition of adolescence situated within a broad consideration of pluralistic contemporary western culture. Adolescents are “simultaneously biological and cultural beings” (Miller,p) with culture, defined as a dynamic system of shared.