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The Rationality Of Psychological Fulfillment In Adolescents’ Lives: The Production Of Personal Relationships And Self-Identity

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This chapter mentions first, however, some things about the adolescent personality. It discusses what is meant by character in the human context, and how societies develop social fail-safe systems to correct errors in personal psychological functioning, and vice-versa in producing reasons for personal rebellion (since societies themselves can have their own errors so that social and other environmental constraints can mold personalities in unhealthy directions). The chapter also examines these processes to serve as a reminder for works in the social and behavioral sciences and the humanities, that in their time proved highly enlightening, and still do, but just as ignorance or just plain forgetfulness is a factor in individual life, so is it also a factor in social life and in the history of social institutions including fields of knowledge.

Keywords: adolescents; personal relationships; psychological fulfillment; rationality



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