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Therese Cooper
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  • Title: Journal 3
  • 1.Thinking about Erikson's theory of psychosocial development, describe some activities in early childhood that showed your autonomy and initiative. In middle childhood, what tasks did you like to do to show your competence? My autonomy stage growing up was following rules at home and daycare. During this stage I was learning rules and being taught right/wrong behavior from my parents. Such as proper language and potty training. Initiative phase was imitation in which I would mimic my parent’s phone conversation or conversations in general. Also, playing with dolls and Barbie’s was an activity in which I re-enacting the behavior of adults around me. Tasks in middle child hood that showed ...more1.Thinking about Erikson's theory of psychosocial development, describe some activities in early childhood that showed your autonomy and initiative. In middle childhood, what tasks did you like to do to show your competence? My autonomy stage growing up was following rules at home and daycare. During this stage I was learning rules and being taught right/wrong behavior from my parents. Such as proper language and potty training. Initiative phase was imitation in which I would mimic my parent’s phone conversation or conversations in general. Also, playing with dolls and Barbie’s was an activity in which I re-enacting the behavior of adults around me. Tasks in middle child hood that showed my competence was getting a part time job babysitting, volunteering for activities at school and tasks around the house. My involvement in sports and being aware of rules by understanding the rules of set forth by coaches, my parents, teachers, and other authority figures in order to maintain my interaction with others around me. 2.Which of James Marcia's identity statuses best describes you? In your explanation, use the terms associated with Marcia's theory. Identity Achievement best describes me because it’s the choice of identity following exploration of possibilities. Identity Achievement status is going through a identity crisis and making a commitment to a sense of identity. In my case it is a role I choose to conquer and the value I placed within myself. 3.Think about your moral development. Who do you think had the most influence on your development of moral reasoning (e.g., parents, other family members, peers, and teachers)? What experiences helped advance your moral development? My parents had the most influence on my development of moral reasoning. Moral development is the process thought which children develop proper attitudes and behaviors toward other people in society, based on social and cultural norms, rules, and laws. My parents and grandparents instilled my morals and beliefs in me as a child which has made me the woman I am today. My behavior and decisions that I make today I always stop to think how it will affect my family especially my parents and grandmother. My grandmother has taught me that a lady should always remain a lady no matter what she is doing. I never understood what she meant until I got older and saw how many “women” forget who they are. The experiences that helped advance my moral development is and was watching the decisions that my siblings and peers around me made and the consequences that came with them. less
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