Identity formation, youth, and development : a simplified approach / James E. Cote and Charles G. Levine.
By: Cote, James E.
Contributor(s): Levine, Charles G.Call number: 155.2 C843I Material type: BookPublisher: New York, N.Y. ; London : Psychology Press/Taylor & Francis Group, 2016Description: xv, 200 p. : charts.ISBN: 9781848726741 (pbk.).Subject(s): Identity (Psychology) | Identity (Psychology) -- Social aspects | Developmental psychology
Part 1. Philosophical and conceptual roots of the identity question. 1, From ageless questions to current theories. 2, Culture and history: how current experiences differ from the past. 3, A social psychology of identities and their formation -- Part 2. Late modernity: contextual adaptations to individualization processes. 4, Moral reasoning: a relational basis of individualized identities. 5, Proactivity: agency in identity formation. 6, Identity capital: strategic adaptions to late-modern societies -- Part 3. The transition to adulthood: developmental contextualism applied to late modernity. 7, Current scientific approaches to self-development and identity formation. 8, Contexts of identity formation in late-modern societies. 9, Identity formation and the potentials of human development.