"Underachievers": Three Interpretations
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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.
From the Paper:"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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