11-12 Chapter 8 - IDENTITY Identity What is identity...

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    Identity What is identity?
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    Identity Think about the topics we have talked about so far in class. What are some things that might be influenced by identity development and how? What are some things that might influence identity development and how?
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    IDENTITY AS AN ADOLESCENT  ISSUE  First substantial reorganization of individual’s sense-of-self Adolescent far more self conscious about changes and feels them more acutely Pubertal changes often bring questions about identity Cognitive changes permit adolescent to think about self in new way Changes in social roles
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    IDENTITY AS AN ADOLESCENT  ISSUE Identity development is best thought of as a series of interrelated developments that all involve changes in the way we view ourselves in relation to others and in relation to society 3 approaches to how identity changes over adolescence Changes in self-conceptions Changes in self-esteem The adolescent identity crisis
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