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Unformatted text preview: CAEN June 12, 2007 Chapter 6 Notes We examine ourselves through three lenses of analysis, the individual, the group(culture) and the universal. Developmentalism: the story if how we are alike as all humans (universal) and how we are like some humans(group) and how we are unique and how It arises. The one constant in a humans life is change. Stages prenatal, childhood, youth, adulthood, maturity and old age. Transitions prenatal, birth, childhood, youth, puberty, independence, midlife, retirement, death. INDEPENDENCE: transition between youth and adulthood. Becoming independent is an important crucial step before making the transition of a healthy adult. Independence: the time we are initiated into the adult world. Perry made some observations on the college student and came into an overall understanding of them but only tested on the college males. Perrys stage of cognitive development: Dualism: believe there is a correct answer to every question, the teacher is rather a preacher that has all...
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