Week 15 Notes
Week 15 Notes PSYCH 280
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sydney Shields on Monday December 14, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSYCH 280 at Kansas State University taught by Mark Barnett in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 26 views. For similar materials see Psych Childhood and Adolescence in Psychlogy at Kansas State University.
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Date Created: 12/14/15
Independence Striving in Adolescence More of a quotdevelopmental taskquot in individualistic than collectivistic cultures A couple factors than influence the adolescent39s striving for independence 1 Level of Social and Cultural Encouragement 1 Schiamberg39s contrasting of quotslow movingquot and quotfast movingquot cultures 2 Slowmoving Initiation CeremoniesRites of Passage 3 Fastmoving Greater emphasis on independence quotbreaking awayquot and more conducive to quotalienationquot 4 Question Do we have any clear quotRites of Passagequot for adolescents in the US 2 The ParentAdolescent Relation 1 What parenting factors tend to promote independence striving in adolescents a Authoritative parenting b Encouraging ageappropriate opportunities for independence 1 Prior to adolescence 2 During adolescence c Providing a model of appropriate independence behavior 1 Fathers m mothers d Allowing adolescent to make a gradual break from home Adolescence can be a difficult time for parent too Especially in quotfastmovingquot cultures Column by Erma Bombeck Kids Are Like Kites Alienation During Adolescence Different forms of alienation Formal religious training Some adolescents go from quotinstitutionalization to personalizationquot One39s childish ties to parents and the quotworld of childhoodquot Alienation from one39s quotreal selfquot Alienation from traditional mainstream adult culture and values Social class difference Lower SES minority adolescents Middle SES adolescents Adolescents may feel alienation from adults Adults may feel alienation from adolescents Quote from Seneca over 2000 years ago Returning to adolescents feeling of alienation Additional observations concerning the antecedents of alienation Some borrowed from Bronfenbremer