Adult Essay Topics

Young Adult

My second interview I conducted over the phone with my 22-year-old sister who is a 5th year college student. She is single and still looking for a mate. Has dated some but really has not found the ‘right one’ yet. For her I focused on the young adult stage and her response to the intimacy… View Article

Resilience and Adult Development

The word resilience is defined in Webster’s Dictionary as: “an ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change”. This in the psychological world still has the same meaning as Bjorklund states: “resilience is the maintenance of healthy functioning following exposure to trauma”. In dealing with life and adult development we are either… View Article

Early and Middle Adulthood Paper

Early to Middle Adulthood covers a vast age group. This age group is from 18 years of age to 65 and more. There are many changes that an individual will experience while at the beginning of this age groups and transcending through till the end. The most obvious of these changes can be recognized by… View Article

Young and Middle Adulthood Case Studies

Peck (1968) suggests that it is psychologically healthy for middle-aged adults to redefine the people in their lives so they can find value in their relationships (Zastrow, 2011). Michael a 45-year old male with no children, weight issues, and a girlfriend with children of whom he is uncertain about in his life is struggling with… View Article

Different sociological views on changes

“Examine different sociological views on changes in the experience of childhood in the last 50 years or so.”(24 marks) Childhood is a special time of life; where children are fundamentally different from adults, it is time that is based solely on society. Children are seen as physically and emotionally incompetent and therefore need influence and… View Article

“The Outlaw” by Sinclair Ross

From a young age, children have a strong desire to become adults. They imitate their parents and other relatives when playing games, and try to act as grownups, when they are not. Sinclair Ross explores this idea in “The Outlaw”, a story about a boy who seeks guidance from his horse, Isabel, on his path… View Article

How Assumptions Influence Our Behavior

Assumption analysis describes the activity adults engage in to bring to awareness beliefs, values, cultural practices, and social structures regulating behavior and to assess their impact on daily activities. Assumptions may be paradigmatic, prescriptive, or causal (Brookfield 1995). Assumptions structure our way of seeing reality, govern our behavior, and describe how relationships should be ordered…. View Article

Early adulthood

Early adulthood is a period of great adjustment in one’s life. It is a time where young adults are confronted with new challenges. With the attainment of adulthood, young adults are to be capable of supporting themselves in various ways. This essay will discuss the important challenges that would have an effect on one’s life…. View Article

Childhood Memories and Adult Aspirations

Back when I was younger I would spend countless hours playing in the sand box on warm, sunny days. Time was an irrelevant figure of which I knew or cared little about. The biggest problem I had to negotiate was how to construct the biggest and most complex sand castle possible. This type of scenario… View Article

Holden in “Catcher in the rye ” by J.R Salinger

Holden is a complex person with many conflicting characteristics. He has many ambitions and desires for his life but he is faced with the basic conflict in the story, corruption. This corruption is what drives him and at the same time restricts him Holden’s being surrounded by corruption disgusts him. There are a few main… View Article

My Gesellschaft Society

Many young people in this day and age are tying to look act, and overall seem older. I deal with these struggles everyday in my life. Kids face many dilemmas in their trek to adulthood yet, they still try to obtain adulthood earlier by going through the “proper” rites of passage. These things create dilemmas,… View Article

Jasper Jones Essay Model

Knowledge of the truth shapes our perceptions of life. How is this idea explored in Jasper Jones? Introduction The purpose of the introduction is to set up your argument. It is the platform from which you can leap into your proofs and justifications of your point of view. * Clearly explains any key terms or… View Article

The human developmental stage

1 Case Study Mrs Green (20 marks for general description) Mrs. Green is a 55 year old female who had a total knee arthoplasty 3 days ago. The client is on 6 hourly observations. The last set of observation are: Temp 36.5 C, RR 22, HR 110, BP 170/86mmHg and SpO2 98% on room air…. View Article

Catcher in the Rye Synthesis Essay

Holden confronts many issues throughout Catcher in the Rye that still pose a problem to teenagers: such as the need to succeed, the desire for friendship, and the need to mature. These issues are generally forced upon a teenager by a more authoritative figure with higher expectations in comparison to themselves. Although some may regard… View Article

Gain access to the hoes of individuals

Gain access to the hoes of individuals, deal with emergencies and ensure security on departure (HSC 2019) Be able to deal with emergencies encountered after gaining entry 4.1 Describe emergencies that may be encountered when gaining entry to an individual’s home Gaining entry into an individual’s home can be challenging. Permission is needed except in… View Article