Fidelity: Identity vs. Role Confusion Student’s Name Institution Course Date Erikson E. H. (1966). The Concept of Identity in Race Relations: Notes and Queries. Daedalus 95(1) 145-171. Retrieved November 25 2017 from www.jstor.org The article by Erikson is an augmentation of his previous similar works related to the broad concept of identity back in 1964 as it broadly construes on the impact of colonial rule on colored races. The author of the article who has also done various other reputable in-depth research apropos of social identity and the racial spectacle uses his immense wealth of knowledge to try to unravel more about self-awareness and how it affects how it affects human interaction with each other. This specific article involves a somewhat more particular research on African Americans. Erik questions the use of a slightly faddish appellation in the use of the word "Negro" as a way of characterizing the of various habits at the proper time in the different psychological stages in life. In his research several components of the mental health development process are established in several sequential junctures. The first stage is the sense of necessary natural trust followed by a sense of collective autonomy which is then preceded by an innate sense of taking the initiative followed by an understanding of the industry which is accompanied by a sense of emotional go and self-identity gentility generativity and integrity. This article somewhat finds the solutions towards the attainment of the identity crisis and role confusion often experienced by young individuals in their adolescent stage. Thereby suggesting that it would be of vital importance if each stage reaches its ascendance it needs to be encountered by the somewhat necessary strictures along with the consequential conflicts related to the stage to respond efficiently to create a dominant personality. [...]
Four articles attached - need an annotated Bib. On these three articles. Read and summarize - 2 paragraphs each article. All articles are written by Erik Erikson. The goal of this assignment is to learn to critically evaluate information and to distinguish between professional and popular level knowledge.