Conviction IdentityWhat current issue concerns you the most?

Learning Goal: I’m working on a english writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Hi, I want someone to help me with my assignmentAdolescent Interview Assignment“The adolescent mind is essentially a mind of moratorium, a psychological stage between childhood and adulthood, and between the morality learned by the child, and the ethics to be developed by the adult.” Erik EricksonFor this assignment you will interview an adolescent between the ages of 16-26 years old. Your goal is to ask questions from the 6 areas to achieve insight into this person’s identity achievement. After you have conducted the interview, choose 2 areas where you will assess their stage of identity achievement. Please see the grading rubric for information you will need to provide in your assignment.TopicChoose one of these questionsMoral DevelopmentDescribe some of the values and standards that you try to live by.What was the toughest decision you have had to make?Vocational IdentityWhere do you see yourself in 5 years?What influences made you choose the career field you are in?Religious IdentityDo you share the same religious beliefs as your parents and grandparents?How do you identify yourself spiritually?Family RelationshipsDo you think your family understands you?Who are you closest to in your family?Identity VS ConfusionWhat three words would you use to describe yourself?What would you change about yourself if you could?Conviction IdentityWhat current issue concerns you the most?Do you, or have you ever participated in a boycott, strike or protest? Please share details.Grading RubricWhat to write for your assignment!Points Possible1Name (first name only) and age of the person you interviewed.2Transcribe the questions and answers the person gave you in the following areas:2Moral Development43Vocational Identity44Religious Identity46Family Relationships47Identity vs Confusion48Conviction Identity49.Assess what stage of identity this person is in for one of the areas above. Use their answers to support your assessment.1210.Assess what stage of identity this person is in for one of the areas above. Use their answers to support your assessment.1250Stages of Identity ForeclosurePerson has made commitment, but never allowed to question.EX: Grandfather was carpenter, father was carpenter, son started working construction at 15 with summer jobs, becomes a carpenter. DiffusionPerson has never questioned, but also not committed to anythingEx: The 46-year-old who lives in Mom’s basement. Never worked, plays video games all day. No ambition or drive. MoratoriumPerson is in process of questioning, but has not made commitment.Ex: A young adult who is trying out lots of different jobs because she has not found her passion yet. Identity AchievementPerson has questioned, and has found what they want to be committed to.Ex: A person attends many different religious services and then finds one that “fits” their spirituality. Negative IdentityA person who does not question, but commits to the opposite of what is expected of them.Ex: Without seeing other religions, a person claims to be atheist because they reject their family’s religion.

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