Erikson's 'Sense of identity' occupational fit, and enculturation in adolescence
Hershenson, David Bert
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In Childhood and Society (1950), Erikson suggested that societies provide mechanisms which permit the maturational development of their constituent members. Passage through each life stage is facilitated by the adoption of these socially-provided processes, which allow one to deal with the major problems of that stage. In Erikson's developmental schema, the principal problem of adolescence is identity-formation [TRUNCATED].
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Boston University
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