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The findings, reported online by the journal Emerging Adulthood, offer some new insight into media use in early adulthood, a time when many young people are living independently for the first time and have significant freedom from parental monitoring.
Emerging adulthood thus occurs at a point when individuals are not ready or eligible for adult status, but no longer fit into the teenage bracket (Amett, 2007; Reifman, Arnett, & Colwell, 2005).
The study results show that emerging adulthood is an emotionally complicated time of life," said Arnett, who sees their self-belief as a source of strength.
Emerging Adulthood Starting at a macro level, it is important to understand the developmental needs of adolescents and emerging adults related to work.
Previous research has suggested that individuals, particularly men, in the emerging adulthood stage of development (approximately 18-27 years of age) may use pornography as one way of "self-exploration and experimentation of sexual values and behaviors" (p.
Life course theory and the concept of emerging adulthood were used to examine the visions of fatherhood among 14 gay men between the ages of 18-25 years.
If you think about it, it's during adolescence and emerging adulthood that our emotions are, in many ways, the most intense," Arnett said.
The example she presented was a pattern I followed for my emerging adulthood.