By Silvia Bonino
This informative and beneficial quantity presents a considerable contribution to the knowledge of adolescent possibility habit. The e-book combines theoretical research and the findings of a broad-based examine undertaking, with obtainable presentation all through.
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Additional resources for Adolescents and risk: Behaviors, functions and protective factors
This has led to a 37 38 CHAPTER 2 The Study different focus not only on risk factors but also, more importantly, on protective factors and the promotion of well-being, both psychologically and in terms of physical health (Antonovsky 1987). Today there is broad consensus that only by analyzing the behavior and development paths of normal adolescents, who are not yet heavily involved in risk behavior and not yet in the care of health and social services, is it possible to understand the functions of risk behavior in this developmental period.
With this brief side note, we certainly do not intend, nor would it be possible, to offer a summary and discussion of the various theories that have been proposed on the concept of identity and its development during adolescence. For this we must refer to the literature on adolescents and on this specific topic. Here we mention just a few relevant points from the most recent developments in the research. ) and commitment to the prechosen alternative. Marcia identified four identity statuses: the achievement of identity occurring when, through a process of exploration, a personal, original identity is elaborated; foreclosure, when this exploration does not occur and one is limited to imitating the models provided by significant adults; the diffusion of identity, when exploration leads only to momentary and dispersive identity development without a lasting commitment; moratorium, when the explo- Functions of Risk Behavior Adulthood.
The functions of various types of risk behavior in adolescence are closely associated precisely because they are all connected to the construction of an autonomous adult identity. As already mentioned, both risky and healthy behavior can carry out the same functions in the process of constructing one’s identity and redefining one’s relationships. As we will see more clearly in the chapters to follow, the major differences in the degree or lack of involvement in various types of risk behavior can be traced back to the fact that some adolescents choose nonrisk behavior to reach growth objectives while for others, the developmental tasks characteristic of this age are overcome through behavior that entail varying degrees of risk.