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ERIC Number: EJ182770
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Publication Date: 1978
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Ausubel's Satellization Theory: Application to Some Research on Adolescents
Berzonsky, Michael D.
Adolescence, 13, 49, 167-80, Spr 78
Ausubel's theory of personality development in adolescence examines the role that social factors, especially parent-child relationships, play in the adolescent's struggle to find himself. An overview of this theory is presented and some parallels between it and Eriksonian theory are pointed out. Also examines some selected examples of research on delinquency and student activism and attempts to interpret it within the Ausubelian theory. (Author/RK)
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