"The Vicissitudes of Autonomy in Early Adolescence" Article Review by CalDR

"The Vicissitudes of Autonomy in Early Adolescence"
Reviews this 1986 article by Laurence Steinberg and Susan B. Silverberg.
# 30080 | 995 words | 1 source | APA | 2002 | US


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The article "The Vicissitudes of Autonomy in Early Adolescence" (1986, by Laurence Steinberg and Susan B. Silverberg, 'Child Development') looks at young adolescents and the development of autonomy between childhood and adolescence. The paper shows that the researchers recognized that autonomy may be an umbrella term and actually consist of several different types. The paper examines how the researchers divided developing autonomy into three types: emotional, freedom from peer pressure and personal feelings of self-reliance.

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"The Vicissitudes of Autonomy in Early Adolescence" (2003, August 23) Retrieved October 04, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/the-vicissitudes-of-autonomy-in-early-adolescence-30080/

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""The Vicissitudes of Autonomy in Early Adolescence"" 23 August 2003. Web. 04 October. 2022. <https://www.academon.com/article-review/the-vicissitudes-of-autonomy-in-early-adolescence-30080/>

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