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Social Sciences - Wellbeing & Quality-of-Life | The Transitory Nature of Parent, Sibling and Romantic Partner Relationships in Emerging Adulthood

The Transitory Nature of Parent, Sibling and Romantic Partner Relationships in Emerging Adulthood

Milevsky, Avidan, Thudium, Kristie, Guldin, Jillian

2014, VI, 61 p.

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  • Brings together research on a relatively new developmental stage
  • Integrates theoretical, empirical and qualitative data
  • Reflects societal, educational, occupational and relational changes and their effects

This volume provides a theoretical and empirical review of the societal and educational factors that contribute to ‘emerging adulthood’. This developmental stage occurs between adolescence and adulthood, and can be regarded as a relatively new phase in research on development. The book specifically examines how these societal and educational changes have contributed to the transitory nature of emerging adulthood and the resulting consequences. Particular attention is paid to the transitory nature of this stage of life, primarily in regard to relationship dynamics. The book examines the nature of the parental relationship during emerging adulthood. It uses qualitative data from a recent phenomenological study to illustrate unique aspects of the parental relationship during this stage and discusses the findings in the context of existing empirical work. The book provides a holistic and thorough examination of emerging adulthood in general and the parental dynamics present during this stage, in particular. ​

Co-Authors:

Kristie Thudium
Jillian Guldin, MA

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Changes in mentality of dating - Conflict and Sibling Relationships - Consequences of Emerging Adulthood - Educational Changes between Adolescence and Adulthood - Emerging Adulthood and Educational Changes - Emerging Adulthood and Occupational Changes - Emerging Adulthood and Societal Changes - Emerging Adults - Emerging Adults and Independence - Gender differences in dating - Identity Formation and Dating - Parental Relationships during Emerging Adulthood - Qualitative Data on Romantic Partners - Romantic Partners - Sibling Relationships - Societal Changes between Adolescence and Adulthood - Transition from Adolescence to Adulthood - Transition to Adulthood

Related subjects » Personality & Social Psychology - Wellbeing & Quality-of-Life

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