Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Good Basic Intro to EA in New York Times

The New York Times ran an article a few days ago entitled "Long Road to Adulthood Is Growing Even Longer" (link). Those of you familiar with the central ideas of emerging-adulthood research will probably find the article to be pretty rudimentary, as exemplified in the following overview statement:

People between 20 and 34 are taking longer to finish their educations, establish themselves in careers, marry, have children and become financially independent...

For those new to emerging adulthood, however, the Times piece provides a good introduction.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Has anyone studied resiliance factors for unwed dads during emerging adulthood? Specifically, what interventions/factors return trajectory to course? Thank you.