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Ben Murphy
Identity...
Identity
●It is about establishing ‘who we are’.
●It is a developmental task that makes us
independent and achieve a feeli...
Adolescence
●Can be viewed as ‘rebellious’
●Change different aspects about themselves
- Clothing, Hair, Friends, Music etc...
Self Concept & Self-esteem
●Self Concept: a person’s belief about themselves
oReflected by ones self esteem, refers to how...
Rites of Passage
●Events that mark the transition from one stage of the
lifespan to the next.
●In Australia,
o17 years of ...
Influences on Identity
●In groups or pairs
●Discuss and record what influences a specific group
will have on a young perso...
Describe Your Own Identity
●Wiki link to profile
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Identity & relationships (presentation)

  1. 1. Ben Murphy
  2. 2. Identity...
  3. 3. Identity ●It is about establishing ‘who we are’. ●It is a developmental task that makes us independent and achieve a feeling of belongingness and connectedness. ●Identity can be shaped by family, peers, location, sporting clubs etc. As a class list as many adolescent stereotypes
  4. 4. Adolescence ●Can be viewed as ‘rebellious’ ●Change different aspects about themselves - Clothing, Hair, Friends, Music etc. ●Responsible to an extent ●Maturation process: process of physiological development ●Developing self concept and self esteem
  5. 5. Self Concept & Self-esteem ●Self Concept: a person’s belief about themselves oReflected by ones self esteem, refers to how a person will judge themselves ‘I am athletic’ or ‘I am lazy’ ●Self-esteem: how a person feels about themselves oImproving self esteem can be achieved by positive self talk, thinking positive, accepting no one is perfect, thinking about the good things in life etc.
  6. 6. Rites of Passage ●Events that mark the transition from one stage of the lifespan to the next. ●In Australia, o17 years of age: Debutante Ball o18 years of age: P-plates oEnd of secondary school: ‘Schoolies’ o21 years of age: Celebrate your 21st ‘Key to the house’ ●Cultural perspectives, oBar Mitzvah: Jewish, coming of age ceremony
  7. 7. Influences on Identity ●In groups or pairs ●Discuss and record what influences a specific group will have on a young person. oFamily oFriends oSporting clubs oMedia Then share with the class
  8. 8. Describe Your Own Identity ●Wiki link to profile

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