CHFD 2200(2) - CHFD 2200 Chapter 10 and 12 Emotional and...

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CHFD 2200 Chapter 10 and 12 – Emotional and Social Development in Middle Childhood/Adolescence Middle Childhood: Industry vs. Inferiority (6-11 y/o) Industry – developing a sense of competence at useful skills Inferiority – pessimism and lack of confidence in own ability to do things well Adolescence: Identity vs. Role Confusion (11-18 or 20 y/o) Identity – exploration, self-definitions, commitments Role Confusion – involves lack of exploration, self-definitions, commitment, prior conflict resolution Self Esteem in Middle Childhood (Susan Harter) Self-Assessment of o Academic Competence – language arts, math, other subjects o Social Competence – relationship with peers and parents o Physical/Athletic Competence – outdoor games, various sports o Physical Appearance – kids find this most important and put the most stock in Self Esteem in Adolescence new dimensions of self-evaluation added Close Friendship, Romantic Appeal, Job Competence Role of childrearing in nurturing self-esteem Baumrind’s Parenting Styles Acceptance Involvement Control Autonomy Authoritative High High Adoptive Appropriate Authoritarian Low Low High Low Permissive/Indulgent High Too high or too low Low High Uninvolved Low Low Low Indifference Self Esteem from Middle Childhood to Adolescence Self-Esteem – the value a person applies to his/her self-concept
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