本篇加拿大酒店管理论文代写-向成年的过渡讲了阅读这篇关于20多岁的人的文章，我们知道从青少年到成人的正常发展阶段通常包括五个步骤。他们即将完成学业，搬出父母的房子，在经济上独立生活，可能会结婚生子。这五个步骤被认为是一个人进入成年期的常规的一般发展。然而，随着经济和观念的变化，成年人的观念和传统也发生了变化。本篇加拿大酒店管理论文代写由加拿大第一论文 Assignment First辅导网整理，供大家参考阅读。
From reading of the article What Is It about the 20-Somethings, it is known that the normal developmental stages from teenage to the adult usually include five steps. They are finishing school, moving out from parents’ house, living as an independent in the economy, probably getting married and having children. These five steps are considered to be the conventional general development when a person enters adult period. However, with the changes of economy and viewpoints, concept and tradition of being adult has changed.
As Hening says, “We’re in the thick of what one sociologist calls “the changing timetable for adulthood.” Sociologists traditionally define the “transition to adulthood”.
The concept of marriage is now considered to be a choice rather than mandatory needs. ‘Emerging adults’ choose to get married much later than before, even some choose to be single, and some emerging adult choose to have a baby, then to get married, and the general standard has been totally broken. There is no real protocol that is followed to becoming an adult. Many of the adolescents and young adults choose to go home after they graduate from the school. They become the part of NEET group (Hening 205). This is a common phenomenon in the current times. The author has conducted research on the current young adult to find out the reason or the resource so as to change this kind of social trend and to make the current emerging adult become more confident and motivated in the way to success and self-dependent.
The young adult have both advantages and disadvantages. The emerging adults are not aware as to what they must do next. They are in an undecided state. However, this concept of being undecided does not impact their confidence. There is a positive outlook for the future (Hening 207). Hence emerging adults are excited and positive than the previous generation. They expect to have patience to live their life.
According to another viewpoint, the stereotype can be five steps. The stereotype often means the most probable thing a person would act. Hence, according to the stereotype, the emerging adults should be compatible with the five steps when they enter into the adult age. Certainly, stereotype has both positive and negative impacts (Wesley 521). On the one hand, it has positive influence such as providing the people with a plan as to what they should do as next steps. If all people follow the expected norms, then the whole society would be more harmonious and stable. In cases of breaking away from tradition, the emerging adult could become more lost and enter into trouble. However, not all of the emerging adults would be happy in this system. They would have an identity crisis. A sense of isolation would develop (Hening 210). Therefore, to the emerging adult, they are stressed and depressed as they have to shoulder the outer stereotype to control their behavior. This would make them feel more isolated and also a sense of being a failure would creep into their minds. Secondly, the shaping of individual ideology is influenced by individual’s parents, society and education. Education can influence an individual for developing their own character, world view and their value systems. The parents can influence daily behavior and their qualities. Hence, it can be said that the education and parents have an important impact on the development of an individual. However, when the education and parents cultivate an individual, they should apply to the standard that the whole society agrees. This is known as stereotype. However, based on a certain situation, the stereotype can also be broken. It cannot be refuted that it is hard for education and parents to leave away from the stereotype, so this stereotype makes what Hening wants to say to seek the breaking a complicated aspect.