Emerging Adults And The Criteria For Adulthood
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This paper is a summary and response to an article on adulthood. The purpose of the article was to assess how emerging adults' criteria for adulthood are different than that of parents and how the difference can affect relationships between the emerging adults and how the difference in gender of the parents can affect relationship between parents.
From the Paper:"In the article, 'If You Want me to Treat You Like an Adult, Start Acting Like One!' Comparing the Criteria That Emerging Adults and Their Parents Have for Adulthood" by Larry Nelson, Laura Padilla-Walker, Jason Carroll, Carolyn Barry, Stephanie Madsen, and Sarah Badger (2007), the authors discuss the criteria that emerging adults and their parents have for adulthood. The article focuses on how the criterion for adulthood is different for parents than emerging adults (18 to 25 year olds). The purpose of the article was to assess how emerging adults' criteria for adulthood are different than that of parents and how the difference can..."
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Emerging Adults And The Criteria For Adulthood (2009, December 01) Retrieved February 23, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/emerging-adults-and-the-criteria-for-adulthood-143338/
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