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IDENTITY  TEENAGERS AND THE FAMILY Week Four
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Identity and the Life Cycle Erikson, E. (1968). The life cycle: Epigenesis of identity.  Identity: Youth and crisis.   How does identity change when a young adult enters into  an intimate romantic relationship?  According to Erikson what is psychosocial strength? What are the strengths and weaknesses of Erikson’s theory  of psychosocial development?
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Developmental Theory (Erikson and Marcia)  Psychologists believe that all people move through a set  of identifiable and describable stages across their  lifespan regardless of their situations/circumstances. The stage of adolescence is characterized by the effort  to achieve a positive sense of self, a defined identity. Life stages are linked to one another, and achieving  each stage depends on the successful negotiation of a  set of tasks that characterize each previous stage  (Erikson).
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Developmental Theory (Erikson and Marcia)  During the adolescent lifestage, it is possible to find  yourself in any one of four different statuses depending  on the process of identity formation. Regardless of  status, identity formation occurs in relation to others  (Marcia). Adolescent identity formation is actually more complex 
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