Özgüngör, Sevgi
March 2009
Turkish Psychological Counseling & Guidance Journal;2009, Vol. 4 Issue 31, p41
Academic Journal
The article presents a study that examines the complexity of developing a stable identity within the postmodern context in Turkey. They study finds that life satisfaction will be based on achievement and foreclosure status. It also shows that the psychosocial theory of Erik Erikson is a valid tool in explaining social development in terms of post modern values. The achievement of identity status is noted to be related to moratorium and diffusion.


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