: Early Adulthood

Topic: Early Adulthood

Order Description
• Watch the talk Why 30 is not the new 20. Romantic relationships and finding a career path are two major developmental tasks accomplished during the transitional stage of early adulthood. As you write your essay, answer these questions; please include specific examples from your own life throughout:
• As you find yourself in this stage, or as you once were in this stage, what personal developmental tasks and conflicts are you/were you faced with?
• What specific personal life structures are you creating or did create to meet these tasks and conflicts?
• How have your life structures regarding romantic relationships and career been influenced by your family, peers, cultural norms, or personal values?
Students must submit a substantial, detailed, and well-thought-out 1000-word essay for modules 2-5. Essays will require you to show a clear comprehension of the material covered in the module in addition to a clear and thorough evaluation of that material. These essays will be submitted in the Dropbox. Please be aware that all Dropbox submissions will be checked for plagiarism.
Each essay must include a thesis statement in the opening paragraph and a bibliography/works cited page at the end. Please see the Course Schedule in the Syllabus to determine when the essays for each module are due.
All essays must use Times New Roman 12 point or Verdana 10 point font, be double-spaced, have 1″ margins, and include a total word count (not including the bibliography at the end). You must use and reference at least three different academic sources, two of which must come from an academic, scholarly, peer-reviewed journal (see the following list of acceptable journals). If you use a website, please make sure that it is high quality, scholarly, well-cited, and well-researched before referencing it. Wikipedia or similar references will not be accepted.
Students must use APA style to cite within the body of the essay and in the bibliography at the end of the essay. Review the APA style guide provided on the Purdue Owl Website at https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/.
Acceptable journals include:
• Developmental Psychology
• Health Psychology
• Journal of Counseling Psychology
• Journal of Family Psychology
• Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
• Journal of Counseling & Development
• Counseling & Clinical Psychology Journal
• Journal of College Counseling
• Journal of Mental Health Counseling
• Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology • Journal of Clinical Child Psychology
• Journal of Clinical Psychology
• Journal of Multicultural Counseling & Development
• International Journal for the Psychology of Religion
• Journal of Individual Psychology
• Journal of Social Psychology
• Psychology and Aging
• Psychology of Religion and Spirituality
• Journal of College Counseling

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