Social Institutions (Part 3)
Social institutions are established or standardized patterns of rule-governed behavior. They
include the family, education, religion, and economic and political institutions.
Social institutions are det
Social Institutions (Part 2)
18.104.22.168 Governments and Legal Institutions: The office, function, authority, or organization that
sets forth and administer public policy and the affairs. A government consists of a legislative
branch which writes law and poli
Social Institutions (Part 1)
Definition: Groups of persons banded together for common purposes having rights, privilages,
liabilities, goals, or objectives distinct and independant from those of individual members.
Definition Source: Webster's II New Rive
Life Cycle Development (Part 7)
8. Late Adulthood: 55 or 65 to Death
Ego Development Outcome: Integrity vs. Despair
Basic Strengths: Wisdom
Erikson felt that much of life is preparing for the middle adulthood stage and the last stage is
recovering from it
Life Cycle Development (Part 6)
If we're not successful, isolation and distance from others may occur. And when we don't find it
easy to create satisfying relationships, our world can begin to shrink as, in defense, we can feel
superior to others.
Life Cycle Development (Part 5)
5. Adolescence: 12 to 18 Years
Ego Development Outcome: Identity vs. Role Confusion
Basic Strengths: Devotion and Fidelity
Up to this stage, according to Erikson, development mostly depends upon what is done to us.
Life Cycle Development (Part 4)
We make up stories with Barbie's and Ken's, toy phones and miniature cars, playing out roles in a
trial universe, experimenting with the blueprint for what we believe it means to be an adult. We
also begin to use that wonde
Life Cycle Development (Part 3)
Incidentally, many studies of suicides and suicide attempts point to the importance of the early
years in developing the basic belief that the world is trustworthy and that every individual has a
right to be here.
Life Cycle Development (Part 2)
His developmental stages were based on his philosophy that: (1) the world gets bigger as we go
along and (2) failure is cumulative.
He organized life into eight stages that extend from birth to death (many developmental the
Life Cycle Development (Part 1)
Erik Erikson's Stages Psychosocial Development
What are the most important stages in a person's life? It all depends. Using Erik Erikson stages of
development as a model for the stages of thinking and learning for children,