AdolNotes3-30 - Adolescence 3/30/2010 Case: Courting Danger...

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Adolescence 3/30/2010 Case: Courting Danger o Depression/suicide but lives average life. Gilligan Melanie fears that if she develops own identity, it means the end of her relationships (esp. with father). When she stopped defining herself the way other people wanted to, she found her voice, was not depressed. o Autonomy Emotional—accepting her parents as parents, and as people Behavioral—first scared to disturb family harmony, then makes a decision to do something on her own (go to friends) Value—first accepts father’s definition of her, discusses father’s boxes system, then rejects father’s philosophy Typically autonomy is not rebellious. Her parents don’t let her develop her own autonomy so she needs to be rebellious (doesn’t have room to develop identity/autonomy). Marcia: foreclosed (accepts others definitions) moratorium (art teacher, friend) achievement at end? o
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