Non Emerging Adulthood

Non Emerging Adulthood

Some observers of emerging adulthood see it as a highly desirable condition. They enthusiastically advocate the right of young (and not-so-young) people to explore their identity and test out multiple jobs and relationships.

Author: Dan Dulberger

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108835688

Category: Medical

Page: 250

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This guide helps parents of non-emerging adult children and introduces adulthood emergence failure as a systemic condition.
Categories: Medical

Sexuality in Emerging Adulthood

Sexuality in Emerging Adulthood

We hypothesized that associating with criminal peers during adolescence and emerging adulthood would increase the ... including a greater number of causal and lifetime sex partners and greater frequency of sexual non- exclusivity.

Author: Elizabeth M. Morgan

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190057008

Category: Psychology

Page: 600

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Sexuality in Emerging Adulthood provides a comprehensive overview of sexuality at the stage straddling adolescence and adulthood. Accompanying seven of the chapters in the volume are brief scientific reports offering new related research. The volume also contains four method tutorials that discuss topics in sex research such as ethical considerations, recruitment and incentive strategies, and identity-affirming methods.
Categories: Psychology

Mental Health and Emerging Adulthood Among Homeless Young People

Mental Health and Emerging Adulthood Among Homeless Young People

The one area where behaviors converged for CD and non-CD adolescents and for boys and girls was fighting. ... at Wave 1 50 Mental Health and Emerging Adulthood Among Homeless Young People Problem behaviors among CD and non-CD adolescents.

Author: Les B. Whitbeck

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9781136910845

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 312

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First Published in 2009. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Categories: Family & Relationships

Romance and Sex in Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood

Romance and Sex in Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood

Future research should investigate whether and how non-romantic influences and the roles of non-romantic others change from adolescence to emerging adulthood. Proximal contexts of romantic relationships also affect individual ...

Author: Alan Booth

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317312789

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 304

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In this classic edition top scholars in family research examine the nature and origin of adolescents’ contemporary patterns of sexual and romantic relationships, from the evolutionary roots of these behaviors to policies and programs that represent best practices for addressing these issues in schools and communities. The text offers interdisciplinary expertise from scholars of psychology, social work, sociology, demography, economics, human development and family studies, and public policy. Adolescents and young adults today face very different choices about family formation than did their parents’ generation, given such societal changes as the rise in cohabitation, the increase in divorce rates, and families having fewer children. This book examines these demographic trends and provides a backdrop against which adolescents and emerging adults form and maintain romantic and sexual relationships. This book addresses such questions as: *What are the ways in which early family and peer relationships give rise to romantic relationships in the late adolescent and early adult years? *How do early romantic and sexual relationships influence individuals’ subsequent development and life choices, including family formation? *To what extent are current trends in romantic and sexual relationships in adolescence and emerging adulthood problematic for individuals, families, and communities, and what are the most effective ways to address these issues at the level of practice, program, and policy? Ideal as a supplement in graduate or advanced undergraduate courses on interpersonal (romantic) relationships, adolescent development, human sexuality, couples and/or family and conflict, sociology of children and youth, family therapy taught in human development and family studies, clinical or counseling psychology, social work, sociology, communications, and human sexuality this book also appreciated by researchers and clinicians/counselors who work with families and adolescents.
Categories: Family & Relationships

Comparing Foster Youth and Non foster Youth in Emerging Adulthood

Comparing Foster Youth and Non foster Youth in Emerging Adulthood

Recent research sought to examine the link between the emerging adulthood framework and markers of this developmental period , including identity exploration , autonomy development , and intimacy development ( Gurevitz Stern , 2004 ) .

Author: Stephanie Cosner Berzin

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:C3501365

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Page: 422

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The Oxford Handbook of Emerging Adulthood

The Oxford Handbook of Emerging Adulthood

Given the prevalence of substance abuse problems among men, particularly for non-college-bound males, future research should be developed assessing targeted interventions for substance abuse problems in emerging adulthood. stance use ...

Author: Jeffrey Jensen Arnett

Publisher: Oxford Library of Psychology

ISBN: 9780199795574

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 631

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The Oxford Handbook of Emerging Adulthood is the first and only comprehensive compilation spanning the field of emerging adulthood.
Categories: Family & Relationships

Emerging Adulthood in Hong Kong

Emerging Adulthood in Hong Kong

mechanism reasons that the emerging adult is susceptible to social influence on the radical challenge to social ... That is, the emerging adult was not different from other adults in non-radical opposition to local government.

Author: Chau-kiu Cheung

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781315446868

Category: Social Science

Page: 360

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How emerging adults, broadly referring to those aged from 18 to 29 years old, fare in civic engagement, as compared with other adults is the focus of the present work. The work takes civic engagement to comprise prosociality in civil society, sustaining social institutions, and challenging institutions. Delineating a theoretical framework based on voluntaristic theory, the work expects to find differences in civic engagement due to the voluntaristic mechanisms of power realization, utilitarian optimization, normative conformity, and idealistic consistency maintenance in the emerging adult, as compared with the other. Using survey data from 25,878 Chinese adults in Hong Kong, the work illustrates that the emerging adult is higher than is the other in challenging social institutions, notably in terms radicalism and occupying protest. Moreover, the emerging adult is less prosocial in terms in community participation. Meanwhile, the emerging adult is not consistently different from the other in sustaining social institutions. The findings are crucial, given the control various background characteristics, including age, education, marriage, and employment. These findings are therefore useful for illustrating social forces postulated in voluntaristic theory for explaining civic engagement.
Categories: Social Science

The Experience of Emerging Adulthood Among Street Involved Youth

The Experience of Emerging Adulthood Among Street Involved Youth

There were also some interesting differences between foster care and non– foster care youth when comparing variables of current outlook (while street- involved) to past experience with trauma. All who had suffered trauma in the past ...

Author: Douglas Magnuson

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780190624934

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"The Experience of Emerging Adulthood among Street-Involved Youth tells the story of young people who were street-involved from their early to mid-teens into their 20s, particularly their experiences of emerging adulthood while struggling towards young adulthood and independence. These youth experienced emerging and early adulthood earlier than other youth while living independently of guardians, detached from formal education, and working in the underground economy. After leaving their guardians they were choosing how to be different than their family, learning to cope with instability, enjoying and protecting their independence, and they experienced some satisfaction with their ability to manage. As one youth stated, "away from my family, I learned that I was not stupid." Their success was facilitated by harm-reduction services, like access to shelter and food, that gave them time to experiment with living independently and to practice being responsible for themselves and others. Later they begin to prefer non-street identities, and they began to think about their desires for the future; the distance between their current lives and those aspirations was the experience of feeling "in-between," and progress toward their aspirations was often complicated by past experiences of trauma, current experiences of exclusion, coping with substances, and the mismatch between their needs and available services"--
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Emerging Adulthood and Higher Education

Emerging Adulthood and Higher Education

While non-degreed alumni are invited to social alumni programming, alumni offices could embrace a role as part of the team that supports alumni through degree completion. The emerging adult view of alumni relations calls upon alumni ...

Author: Joseph L. Murray

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317225911

Category: Education

Page: 210

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This important book introduces Arnett’s emerging adulthood theory to scholars and practitioners in higher education and student affairs, illuminating how recent social, cultural, and economic changes have altered the pathway to adulthood. Chapters in this edited collection explore how this theory fits alongside current student development theory, the implications for how college students learn and develop, and how emerging adulthood theory is uniquely suited to address challenges facing higher education today. Emerging Adulthood and Higher Education provides important recommendations for administrators, counselors, and student affairs personnel to provide effective programs and services to facilitate their emerging adults’ journeys through this formative stage of life.
Categories: Education

Young Catholic America

Young Catholic America

50 40 30 20 10 0 Lowest Lowest Minimal Moderate Highest As Youth Minimal Moderate Highest As Emerging Adults Catholic Non-Catholic noted, both kinds of youth exhibit a decline in religiosity during the transition to emerging adulthood, ...

Author: Christian Smith

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199341078

Category: Religion

Page: 326

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Christian Smith, Kyle Longest, Jonathan Hill, and Kari Christoffersen examine the development of the religious and spiritual lives of American Catholic teenagers as they grow up, graduate from high school, and leave home.
Categories: Religion