Identity Youth And Crisis by Erik H Erikson

Identity Youth And Crisis

byErik H Erikson

Paperback | May 3, 1994

not yet rated|write a review

Pricing and Purchase Info

$17.83 online 
$19.00
Earn 89 plum® points
HURRY, ONLY 3 LEFT!

In stock online

Ships free on orders over $25

Not available in stores

about

Identity, Erikson writes, is an unfathomable as it is all-pervasive. It deals with a process that is located both in the core of the individual and in the core of the communal culture. As the culture changes, new kinds of identity questions arise—Erikson comments, for example, on issues of social protest and changing gender roles that were particular to the 1960s.

Representing two decades of groundbreaking work, the essays are not so much a systematic formulation of theory as an evolving report that is both clinical and theoretical. The subjects range from "creative confusion" in two famous lives—the dramatist George Bernard Shaw and the philosopher William James—to the connection between individual struggles and social order. "Race and the Wider Identity" and the controversial "Womanhood and the Inner Space" are included in the collection.

About The Author

A winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award, Erik H. Erikson was renowned worldwide as teacher, clinician, and theorist in the field of psychoanalysis and human development.
Life Cycle Completed
Life Cycle Completed

by Erik H Erikson

$15.39$19.95

In stock online

Not available in stores

Identity And The Life Cycle
Identity And The Life Cycle

by Erik H Erikson

$17.35$21.95

In stock online

Not available in stores

Shop this author

Details & Specs

Title:Identity Youth And CrisisFormat:PaperbackPublished:May 3, 1994Publisher:WW Norton

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0393311449

ISBN - 13:9780393311440

Look for similar items by category:

Customer Reviews of Identity Youth And Crisis

Reviews

Extra Content

From Our Editors

Identity: Youth and Crisis collects Erik H. Erikson's major essays on topics originating in the concept of the adolescent identity crisis. Identity, Erikson writes, is as unfathomable as it is all-pervasive. It deals with a process that is located both in the core of the individual and in the core of the communal culture. As the culture changes, new kinds of identity questions arise--Erikson comments, for example, on issues of social protest and changing gender roles that were particular to the 1960s.