Life Span and Resiliency Theory: A Critical Review Discussion

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Chapter 11 of the course textbook covers cultural, cognitive, personality, and identity issues of the developmental stage of emerging adulthood, as does this week’s required article by Smith-Osborne (2007), which presents a historical perspective on two developmental theories, with a focus on resiliency theory.

In your initial post to this discussion, address each of the following items:

  • Identify and cite two peer-reviewed articles that analyze similar issues or cases relating to emerging adulthood from the perspectives of lifespan theory and resiliency theory, respectively.
  • Briefly summarize the theses, methods, and results of each study, identifying the similarities and difference between the two approaches.
  • Assess the relative strength and shortcomings of the resiliency theory approach vis a vis a lifespan theory approach with reference to specific cases or examples.
  • Reflect on what the two studies reveal about the cognitive and personality issues of emerging adulthood discussed in your articles.

References

Mossler, R. A., & Ziegler, M. (2016). Understanding development: A lifespan perspective. San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint Education, Inc.

Smith-Osborne, A. (2007). Life span and resiliency theory: A critical review. Advances in Social Work, 8(1), 152-168. Retrieved from http://journals.iupui.edu/index.php/advancesinsoci...



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Running head: RESILIENCY AND LIFESPAN THEORIES

Resiliency and Lifespan Theories
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RESILIENCY AND LIFESPAN THEORIES

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Resiliency and Lifespan Theories
The lifespan and resilience theories attempt to explain various stages in the development
of people, and they give explanations for changes in behavior and character that is observed in
life stages such as adolescents transitioning to adulthood. According to Robinson, Demetre, &
Litman, (2017), crisis is the main driver of curiosity which sparks creation of solutions to solve
problems at each stage. The study by Robinson em...

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