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Upton I 121
Self/Erikson/Upton: Sense of self is (…) thought to be influenced by adolescent involvement in cliques and crowds. According to Erikson (1950)(1), community membership is central to the achievement of identity as it requires solidarity with a group’s ideals. Identification with cliques and crowds is argued to help adolescents defend themselves against the loss of identity that may be provoked by the identity crisis. >Self/Developmental psychology, >Youth culture/Developmental psychology.


1. Erikson. EH (1950) Childhood and Society, New York: WW Norton.


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Erikson, Erik
Upton I
Penney Upton
Developmental Psychology 2011


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