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  1. Chapter 14: Social Development Developmental Psychology

  2. ________________-the process by which adolescents in society become differentiated from their parents or family. • A transformation of the child parent bond • Involves various aspects of separation: • Emotional • Financial • Physical • Societal critiques Parental Relationships

  3. Reasonable Freedoms and Privileges • Finding the appropriate balance of boundaries and personal freedom • Trust • Parental Projection • Approval • Communication • Support • __________________ Teenage Complaints about Parenting

  4. Authoritative • Responsive • Demanding • Authoritarian • Not Responsive • Demanding • Permissive • Responsive • Not Demanding • ______________________________ • Not Responsive • Not Demanding Parenting Styles Revisited

  5. Democratic • Explanations, reasoning, egalitarian, firmness • less anxiety, less depression • better grades • more self reliant • _________________ • Use of physical punishments, deprivation, threats • Aggression • Hostility • _______________ Parenting Approaches and correlations

  6. How would you describe your home life? What was the emotional state of your home? What would you have changes? Was it a place where you enjoyed being? What steps will you take to ensure your children have a happy home? The importance of a Happy home

  7. Morality and Ethics • Academics • Fulfilling Responsibilities • Social Activities • ______________________ • Clothes • Hair style • Dating • Curfew • Social events • Choice of friend We always argue

  8. Homosocial Development • ______________Development • Formation of friendships with the opposite sex • Groups and Belongingness • Needs for social acceptance • Can you recall your navigation through participation in social groups? • Gangs • Tagging Crews • Part Crews Emerging Relationships

  9. Dating as a means of: • Friendship • Acceptance • Affection • Love • Status • Intimacy • Mate selection • _________________________________________________ Teen Dating

  10. Curiosity in own genitalia • Curiosity in opposite sex genitalia • Jokes • Sexual Slang • Masturbation • More males than females • One survey reveals teenage boys masturbate 5 times per week. • _________________________________________________ • Be cautious of shaming • LETS TAKE A SURVEY Developing Sexual Behavior

  11. Dramatic Increases in premarital sex • Ages of first sexual experience declining • Males often note sexual readiness as a reason for first having sex • ___________________ • Not necessarily with more partners • Not enough of using an adequate form of contraception • Some estimates suggest __________women age 15-19 become pregnant. • Impact of teenage pregnancy Sex

  12. Thoughts

  13. Aids and STD’s Unwanted Sexual Activity Adolescent marriage Working Other Issues to Explore

  14. ________________Theory of Moral Development • Level 1:Preconventional morality • Stage 1: Individual obeys rules in order to avoid punishment. • Stage 2: Individual conforms to society's rules in order to receive rewards. • Level 2: Conventional morality • Stage 3: Individual behaves morally in order to gain approval from other people. • Stage 4: Conformity to authority to avoid censure and guilt. • Level 3:__________________morality • Stage 5: Individual is concerned with individual rights and democratically decided laws. • Stage 6: Individual is entirely guided by his or her own conscience. Moral Development