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ERIKSON'S INDUSTRY VS. INFERIORITY STAGE 2 Erikson's Industry vs. Inferiority Stage Based on the Erikson’s model, the socioemotional fourth stage, takes place in an individual at around age of six years to puberty (Cherry, 2016). This stage is related with the learning of industrial developmental tasks. Industry refers to the production in this context. The children that are subjected to an environment that nurtures their abilities including their creativity develops a sense of industriousness (Cherry, 2016). These kinds of children develop confidence and self-esteem because of being given an opportunity to produce and generate. As a result, they understand that if they use their knowledge and skills they can be able to become productive members of the society. Erikson’s theory explains that, contrary to an industrious child, a child who perceive
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