This book is comprised of 27 autobiographical cases written as a requirement for a clinical course on the psychology of adolescence by graduate and undergraduate students. The cases exhibit a wide variety of racial and ethnic backgrounds, social classes and religions, and highlight the conflicts that young people feel in the areas of autonomy, identity and sexual intimacy as they make their transition from the bosom of family life out into the world. Originally published in 1970 by Little, Brown and Company.Guide. to. Teaching. and. Learning. with. First-Person. Accounts. Uses of Case Material One of the questions most frequently asked the editors of ... Psychobiography, Counseling Psychology, Marriage and the Family, and American Character and Social Structure. Some instructors use case studies as data on the psychological functioning or organization of the aquot;whole personaquot; by considering the caseanbsp;...
|Author||:||George W. Goethals, Dennis S. Klos|
|Publisher||:||University Press of America - 1986|