Table of contents for Identity development : adolescence through adulthood / Jane Kroger.

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Contents
Preface
PART I. INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1. Perspectives on Identity
Origins of identity: Erik Erikson 
Tripartite nature of ego identity 
Identity in life-span perspective 
The identity formation process
Additional identity concepts 
Contemporary approaches to identity: An overview
Identity in historical terms 
Measurement of identity in historical approaches 
Structural stage approaches to identity
Sociocultural approaches to identity
Narrative approaches to identity
Psychosocial approaches to identity
Key similarities across identity models
Back to the beginning
Table 1.1
Table 1.2
PART II. ADOLESCENCE
Chapter 2. Identity in Early Adolescence
Intersection of biological, psychological, societal influences on identity in early adolescence: An overview
Biological processes
Psychological issues
Societal influences
Section summary and implications
Coming to terms with pubertal change: Identity implications 
Timing of pubertal change: Identity implications
Identity and sexuality 
Contexts affecting early adolescent identity development
The family
Friendships and the peer group 
Broader community contexts 
Section summary and implications
Back to the beginning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Answers to chapter questions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Chapter 3. Identity in Mid-Adolescence
Intersection of biological, psychological, societal influences on identity in mid-adolescence: An overview
Biological processes
Psychological issues
Societal influences
Section summary and implications
Identity and sexuality 
Identity and vocation
Identity and meaningful values
Contexts affecting mid-adolescent identity development
The family
Friendships and the peer group
The school
The community
Section summary and implications
Back to the beginning 
Answers to chapter questions
Chapter 4. Identity in Late Adolescence
Intersection of biological, psychological, societal influences on identity in late adolescence: An overview
Biological processes
Psychological issues
Societal influences 
Section summary and implications 
The second separation-individuation process and identity formation
The beginnings of intimacy
Section summary and implications
Actualizing vocational directions
Identity, meaningful values, and personality
Contexts affecting late adolescent identity development 
The family
The peer group
Educational and work settings 
Section summary and implications 
Back to the beginning
Answers to chapter questions
Chapter 5. Selected Identity Issues of Adolescence
Identity and adoption
Section summary and implications
Identity and unemployment 
Section summary and implications
Identity and ethnicity
Section summary and implications
Identity and residential relocation
Section summary and implications
Back to the beginning
Answers to chapter questions
PART III. ADULTHOOD 
Chapter 6. Identity in Early Adulthood
Intersection of biological, psychological, societal influences on identity in early adulthood: An overview
Biological processes
Psychological issues
Societal influences
Section summary and implications
The course of identity in early adulthood 
The contents of identity in early adulthood
Identity and intimacy in early adulthood
Identity and generativity in early adulthood 
Contexts affecting early adult identity development
The family/social network 
The world of work
The broader community
Section summary and implications
Back to the beginning 
Answers to chapter questions
Chapter 7. Identity in Middle Adulthood
Intersection of biological, psychological, societal influences on identity in middle adulthood: An overview
Biological processes
Psychological issues
Societal influences
Section summary and implications
The course of identity in middle adulthood 
The contents of identity in middle adulthood
Identity and generativity in middle adulthood 
Contexts affecting identity development during middle adulthood
The family/social network
The world of work
The broader community 
Section summary and implications
Back to the beginning
Answers to chapter questions
Chapter 8. Identity in Late Adulthood
Intersection of biological, psychological, societal influences on identity in later adulthood: An overview
Biological processes 
Psychological issues
Societal influences
Section summary and implications
The course of identity in late adulthood
The contents of identity in late adulthood
Identity and integrity in late adulthood 
Contexts affecting identity in later adulthood
The family/social network
The broader community
Section summary and implications
Back to the beginning
Answers to chapter questions 
Chapter 9. Selected Identity Issues of Adulthood
Identity and loss of an intimate relationship
Section summary and implications
Identity and infertility
Section summary and implications
Identity and threats to physical integrity
Section summary and implications
Identity and coming to terms with death
Section summary and implications
Back to the beginning
Answers to chapter questions
PART IV. EPILOGUE
References
Index
About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Identity (Psychology).
Developmental psychology.