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"Underachievers": Three Interpretations
A presentation of three interpretations of Shimo's text "The Underachievers: Flirting With Disaster".
# 136731 | 1,500 words | 3 sources | APA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Psychology (Behaviorism) , Psychology (Social) , Psychology (Case Studies) , Literature (General)


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In this article, the writer present three interpretations of Shimo's text "The Underachievers: Flirting With Disaster". The writer notes that this work states that James is 27 years old and this places him in the sixth stage of Erikson's psychosocial crisis development.

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"This stage is characterized by dilemma intimacy vs. isolation. In other words, at this stage one must fond the balance between intimacy and isolation to find the virtue: love. Love as virtue is connected to love in all major spheres of life: family work as well as in intimate relationships. This stage is follows stage in which dilemma identity vs. role is supposed to be balanced (stage 5, adolescence: 12-19 years)."

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