With regard to Connie's and Arnold's duplicities of identity, how can their identity issues...


With regard to Connie's and Arnold's duplicities of identity,� how can their identity issues relate to society's norm of how to look? 'Where are you Going, Where Have You Been?' by Joyce Carold Oates

Society's Norms:

Society's norms are established and supported by the entertainment industry, media, and to some extent social leaders. The norms are adopted by groups of people who identify with, accept, or adopt the norms pressed upon them by society.

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In Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?, Connie creates a persona based on her appearance that she acts on when she is away from home. Society's...

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Social Development of Adolescents: Identity


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Learn about developing identity in adolescence. Identify the importance of identity formation, and discover factors that affect adolescence identity development.

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