1. In the past, the view of your identity has been that individuality comes first and then you interact to form social groups. Many of the readings in Chapter 3 of Bridges Not Walls present a different view. Define identity and discuss how communication builds identity as illustrated in the presentation communication scenarios. Be specific in utilizing theories and terminology from the text.
Define identity and discuss how communication builds identity as illustrated in the presentation communication scenarios
2.The purpose of this discussion is to consider the stages of attachment from birth to one year, and emotional development and psychosocial crisis in infancy.
- Briefly discuss attachment patterns and what you see as the most significant impact on the development of attachment.
- Describe strategies that caretakers can implement to promote the child’s ability to regulate emotions as he or she develops.
Remember to appropriately cite any resources, including the textbook, that you use to support your thinking in your initial post.
3. Toddlerhood is marked with an array of emotions, behavior, and a search for autonomy. There are many developmental tasks that are unfolding and contributing to the successful mastering of psychosocial crisis (Newman & Newman, 2015).
Complete the following for this discussion:
- Considering the psychosocial crisis in toddlerhood of autonomy versus shame and doubt, explain how caregivers can encourage healthy toddler development.
Remember to appropriately cite any resources, including your textbook, that you use to support your thinking in your initial post.
All of these are separate threads. Please do them individually. Number one is due today and two and three are due on tomorrow. The word count is 300 to 500 words. Please do them on separate sheets and not together.