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Wednesday, September 08, 2010
Emerging Adulthood Observed in Literature
Psychologist studying “emerging adulthood” of 18-to-20-something characterize by five features, according to Clark University psychologist Jeffery Arnett: identity exploration, instability, feeling in-between, a sense of possibilities and self-focus. Sarah Barmak explores this new area of study looking at characters in literature, authors, and supporting cultural influences: Why 30 is the New 20.