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Ian C. Esslemont, Dancer’s Lament (2016)

Those who became acquainted with the Malazan universe know very well that this world had been originally created by two authors: Steven Erikson and Ian C. 1,195 more words


Erikson's Ego Integrity versus Despair

Woohoo!  We’ve made it to the final stage in Erikson’s psychosocial development theory.  This is the stage of ego integrity versus despair.  I know, sounds depressing, but there is hope.  324 more words

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Hope, Indispensable

Hope is both the earliest and the most indispensable virtue inherent in the state of being alive.

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Erikson's Generativity versus Stagnation

Okay.  So I’m a day late with this.  But, I got it done.  Anyways, here’s the next piece on applying Erikson’s theory to character development. 324 more words

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Erikson's Intimacy versus Isolation

We’re getting down to the end.  People often think of this stage as marking the entrance to adulthood though this has changed some in recent generations.  241 more words

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Erikson's Identity versus Role Confusion

Hang in there.  We are getting toward the end of Erikson’s theory of psychosocial development.  This week, we are looking at identity versus role confusion.  This stage spans teenage years, from about twelve to about eighteen.  477 more words

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Erikson's Industry versus Inferiority

On to our next stage of development.  In this stage, the big event going on is school.  Starting around age five, kids shift from a primarily fun oriented and caregiver oriented world into a world where peers start to matter and their work takes on meaning.  220 more words

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