8. Autonomy - lecture outline

8. Autonomy - lecture outline - • Development of moral...

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Lecture Outline : Autonomy
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Autonomy as an Adolescent Issue Autonomy as a lifespan issue. Why is autonomy seen as an adolescent issue? Development of Emotional Autonomy Emotional autonomy and detachment Emotional autonomy and individuation o o What triggers individuation process? Emotional autonomy and parenting o psychological control o Hauser and Allen research enabling behavior vs. constraining behavior o Baumrind’s parenting styles
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Development of Behavioral Autonomy Changes in decision-making abilities Changes in susceptibility from parents and peers Views on adult authority change Conforming to peers Peers as “way station” Overview: o childhood, early adolescence, middle to late adolescence Influence of parents Development of Value Autonomy Three trends What sparks value autonomy?
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Unformatted text preview: • Development of moral reasoning (Kohlberg) • Changes in political thinking Development of Value Autonomy • Religious beliefs during adolescence o How do they change during adolescence? o Church attendance and religious observation o Questioning one’s beliefs Good & Willoughby (2006) • Spirituality (SP) vs. Religiosity (RE) • Hypotheses • Sample: 6578 Canadian teens; 49% male; ages 13-18 • Measures (cross-section, self-report) o Spirituality and religiosity o Poor academic orientation o Poor friendship quality o Alcohol use o Sexual activity Good & Willoughby (2006) • Four groups: 1. Low SP/High RE 2. High SP/High RE 3. Low SP/Low RE 4. High SP/Low RE • Results: Good & Willoughby (2006) • Results: • Possible reasons for results…...
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2011 for the course HDFS 3423 taught by Professor Criss during the Fall '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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