A Holistic Perspective on Young Adult Identity. This study employs a holistic, developmental model to young adult identity (Cairns, Elder, & Costello, 1996).We bring together two different strands of developmental research (sociological and psychological) that represents the interplay of age-graded self-perceptions and psychosocial development.Cited by: 91.
Four Adult Development Theories and Their Implications for Practice. by Lisa M. Baumgartner What is adult development? What relevance do adult development theories and models have to the practice of adult basic education? Our philosophy of adult development informs our teaching.
of young adults are formulated, affecting their behaviour. The main theme is thus the relationship between thinking and behaviour. Concepts such as agency and choice recur throughout, but are put into a wider context. The main questions are whether young adults are really able to choose between the 'opportunities' increasingly.