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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: Springer, Berlin], This original work integrates adult development, psychotherapy, and culture in a postmodern framework emphasizing the co-constructive, continual evolution that takes place in all three areas. Gerald D. Young bases his approach on a 25-step neo-Piagetian developmental lifespan model to illustrate the tack taken in each area. Helpful tables summarize specific aspects of the 25 steps, and key figures outline a sociocultural model of cognitive developmental based on the cognitive (mis)perception of the other. This volume proposes a theoretical integration of several major streams in contemporary psychological theory about adult development and therapy. It adopts the perspective that there are steps in development throughout the adult period, and that they are characterized by a union of the cognitive and affective, the self and the other, and idea with idea (in second-order collective abstractions). That is, they are at once postformal in terms of Piaget's theory, sociocultural in terms ofVygotsky's theory, and postmodern with the latter perspective providing an integrating theme. The affirmative, multivoiced, contextual, relational, other-sensitive side ofpostmodernism is emphasized. Levinas's philosophy of responsibility for the other is seen as congruent with this ethos. The neopiagetian model of development on which the current ap proach is based proposes that the last stage in development concerns collective intelligence, or postmodern, postformal thought. Kegan (1994) has attempted independently to describe adult development from the same perspective. His work on the development of the postmodern mind of the adult is groundbreaking and impressive in its depth. However, I ana lyze the limitations as well as the contributions of his approach, under scoring the advantages of my particular model. xvi, 259 S. XVI, 380 p. 235 mm Versandfertig in 3-5 Tagen, DE, Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten)

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Adult Development, Therapy, and Culture

This original work integrates adult development, psychotherapy, and culture in a postmodern framework emphasizing the co-constructive, continual evolution that takes place in all three areas. Gerald D. Young bases his approach on a 25-step neo-Piagetian developmental lifespan model to illustrate the tack taken in each area. Helpful tables summarize specific aspects of the 25 steps, and key figures outline a sociocultural model of cognitive developmental based on the cognitive (mis)perception of the other.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780306453533
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0306453533
Hardcover
Publishing year: 1997
Publisher: Springer-Verlag GmbH
404 Pages
Weight: 0,732 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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