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Social Sciences
  • Author:
    Jane Kroger
  • ISBN:
    0415106796
  • ISBN13:
    978-0415106795
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    Routledge; 2 edition (February 7, 1996)
  • Pages:
    256 pages
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    Social Sciences
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Identity In Adolescence . .has been added to your Cart. Kroger has written a clear and timely book which brings difficult but crucially important concepts back in to the arena of mainstream psychology in a very readable form.

Identity In Adolescence . New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies. The author writes in a manner that is both scholarly and engaging. She is truly an expert in the topic of adolescent identity, and her depth of knowledge shines through. I love this book! - Susan Moore, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia.

Identity in Adolescence book.

Broadly, identity exploration refers to experimenting with social roles and self-perceptions, questioning previously held identifications, values, goals, and convictions about the self, and seeking information about oneself and one's environment.

Home Browse Books Book details, Identity in Adolescence: The Balance between. A further purpose of this volume is to highlight the time of adolescence in selected theories of self, ego and identity development. Identity in Adolescence: The Balance between Self and Other.

She expands and elaborates the critique of five of the most important theorists addressing adolescent identity: Erik Erickson,Peter Blos,Lawrence Kohlberg, Jane Loevinger and Robert Kegan.

Kroger has written a clear and timely book which brings difficult but crucially important concepts back in.2. Adolescence as Identity Synthesis: Erikson’s Psychosocial Approach. 3. Adolescence as a Second Individuation Process: An Object Relations View

New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies. Adolescence as a Second Individuation Process: An Object Relations View. 4. Identity through a tal Lens: Kohlberg’s Contributions. 5. Ego Development in Adolescence: Loevinger’s Paradigm.

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Jane Kroger is Professor of Psychology, University of Tromsø, in Tromsø, Norway.

The volume then describes key biological, psychological, and contextual issues during each phase of adolescence and adulthood. Following these major adolescence and adulthood sections, selected issues that may pose identity challenges for some are presented. Jane Kroger is Professor of Psychology, University of Tromsø, in Tromsø, Norway. in Child Development.

Jane Kroger examines in her erudite book, Identity in Adolescence, the viewpoints of several prominent scholars in the field of adolescent psychology. These scholars include such notables as Erickson, Kohlberg, Loevinger, Kagan, and Blos. Each of these renowned academics represents adolescent identity growth with a groundbreaking model, which Ms. Kroger expertly critiques and shows its relationship to the other models. After finishing the book, readers will have a better understanding of how teens mature, how they come to see their roles and the roles of others.

Identity in Adolescence: The Balance Between Self and Other (2nd ed. Ego identity status and morality: The relationship between two developmental constructs. Differences in cognitive complexity of adolescents with foreclosed and achieved identity status. Podd, M. Marcia, J. and Rubin, B. M. (1970). The effects of ego identity and partner perception on a prisoner's dilemma game.

This study elaborates the critique of five of the most important theorists addressing adolescent identity: Erik Erickson, Peter Blos, Lawrence Kohlberg, Jane Loevinger and Robert Kegan. The implications of each approach are discussed in both natural and clinical settings, with special emphasis given to new developments in the field including up-to-date coverage of key concepts, research and criticism stemming from each of the theoretical models. With its blend of theoretical insight and practical advice this work should appeal to psychologists, educators, youth workers, health professionals, parents and anyone attempting to understand and respond to the developing adolescent identity.