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Life Structure of Early Adulthood Period in Levinsonís Theory

Yahya Aktu.

Early adulthood is one of the important defining periods considered within life-long development in the relevant literature. Early adulthood period consists of psychologically the most satisfying as well as turbulent years of one's life. Universality of theories explaining early adulthood has long been discussed. One of these theories is the Levinson's theory of individual life structure that emphasis on early adult years. In this study life structures of individuals in the early adulthood period was examined in terms of structure-building and structure-changing development tasks, regarding Levinson's theory of individual life structure.

Key words: Early adulthood, life structure, life cycle

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