By Research Professor Jeffrey Jensen Arnett PH.D., Jennifer Lynn Tanner
Clark Univ., Worcester, MA. textual content makes a speciality of the lives of younger americans among early life and younger maturity, a developmental degree defined as 'emerging adulthood.' issues comprise relationships with relations; perspectives approximately love, intercourse, and marriage; and extra. in keeping with a convention held November 2003 at Harvard college. For psychologists.
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Social expectations toward emerging adults begin to change, beginning with the arrival of legal responsibility that emerging adults are forced to take for their behavior. With great variability between emerging adults and across 28 JENNIFER LYNN TANNER a. Stage 1: Ecologies of the family-of-origin b. Stage 2: Ecologies of the family-of-origin c. 3. The recentering process: Stage 1 (a), Stage 2 (b), and Stage 3 (c). RECENTERING DURING EMERGING ADULTHOOD 29 the contexts in which they are involved, expectations for emerging adults to become self-governing adults (McCandless, 1970) begin to increase at the transition into emerging adulthood.
2004). Emerging adulthood: The winding road from the late teens through the twenties. New York: Oxford University Press. Arnett, J. J. (2005). The developmental context of substance use in emerging adulthood. Journal of Drug Issues, 35, 235-254. Arnett, J. J. (in press). Socialization in emerging adulthood: From the family to the wider world, from socialization to self-socialization. In J. Grusec & P. ), Handbook of socialization. New York: Guilford Press. 18 JEFFREY JENSEN ARNETT Arnett, J. , & Taber, S.
2) characterizes the uniqueness of emerging adulthood from a life span developmental systems perspective. , family) shift as they do at the beginning of emerging adulthood. I propose that the heart of this shift is the process of recentering and that recentering is the primary task of emerging adulthood from a life span developmental systems perspective. Recentering constitutes a shift in power, agency, responsibility, and dependence between emerging adults and their social contexts—primarily experienced by emerging adults as a period during which parent regulation is replaced with self-regulation.