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Published by JAI Press in Stamford, Conn .
Written in English


  • Self -- Cross-cultural studies,
  • Identity (Psychology) -- Cross-cultural studies,
  • Life cycle, Human -- Cross-cultural studies

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Includes bibliographical references

Statementedited by Timothy J. Owens
GenreCross-cultural studies
SeriesAdvances in life course research -- 5
ContributionsOwens, Timothy J.
The Physical Object
Pagination231 p. ;
Number of Pages231
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16984629M
ISBN 100762300337

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Cross-Cultural Difference in Perspectives on the Self features the latest research in a dynamic area of inquiry and practice. Considered in these pages are cross-cultural differences in the idea of the person and in models of balancing obligations to the self, family, and community. ø Revisiting and questioning the concepts of self and self-worth, the authors investigate the 5/5(1). The four stages of the life course are childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and old age. Socialization continues throughout all these stages. What happens during childhood may have lifelong consequences. Traumatic experiences and other negative events during childhood may impair psychological well-being in adolescence and beyond and lead to. Despite the well-established consensus on the need for an interdisciplinary research paradigm to understand the unfolding of human lives within their social context, existing empirical research rarely embraces this belief. This volume aims at examining the feasibility and hurdles of interdisciplinarity specific to given research fields by bringing together leading North-American .   Life Course Sociology. Life course sociology in its modern sense can be said to have been first championed, if not created, by Glen Elder (). 1 He described the life course as ‘an emerging paradigm’ that stressed ‘the social forces that shape the life course and its developmental consequences’ (Elder, 4–5).As Elder noted there had been significant Cited by: