Unformatted text preview: focus on the assumption that the individual is in some type of further educational institution after high school. While still making valid points, the arguments would have been stronger if Arnett provided an alternative perspective for those who have not attended or is not enrolled in college. Another aspect of this article that I find interesting is how Arnett breaks down his accusations in compartmentalized categories and sections. Personally, I feel that Arnett could have elaborated more on each topic instead of breaking it down into different sections. One only gets a brief insight on how love differs in this “emerging adulthood” before Arnett continues into his article. Another downside to this sectioning technique is that it seems to not flow as well. Having the article in sections made it a bit more difficult to follow since the dynamics of the article as a whole had pauses in it due to each differently labeled section....
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- Spring '09
- Developmental Psychology, Arnett, Jeffrey Arnett, specifically college students