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现代大学英语(3)精读(第二版)

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    Although I have indicated the ages when Americans are likely to go through each stage and the differences between men and women where they are striking, do not take the ages too seriously. The stages are the thing, and most particularly the sequence. Here is the briefest outline of the developmental ladder. PULLING UP ROOTS Before 18, the motto is loud and clear: "I have to get away from my parents." But the words are seldom connected to action. Generally still safely part of our families, even if away at school, we feel our autonomy4 to be subject to erosion6 from moment to moment. After 18, we begin Pulling Up Roots in earnest. College, military service, and Bhort-term travels are all customary vehicles our society provides for the first round trips between family and a base of one's own. In the attempt to separate our view of the world from our family's view, despite vigorous protestations7 to the contrary——"I know exactly what I want!"-we cast about for any beliefs we can call our own. And in the process of testing those beliefs we are often drawn to fads, preferably those most mysterious and inaccessible to our parents. Whatever tentative memberships we try out in the world, the fear haunts us that we are really kids who cannot take care of ourselves. We cover that fear with acts of defiance and mimicked confidence. For allies to replace our parents, we turn to our contemporaries. They become conspiratorsi. So long as their perspective meshes withz our own, they are able to substitute for the sanctuary 0f the family. But. that doesn't last very long. And the instant they diverge from the shaky ideals of "our group," they are seen as betrayers. Rebounds to the family are common between the ages of 18 and 22. The tasks of this passage are to locate ourselves in a peer group role, a sex role, an anticipated occupation, an ideology or world view. As a result, we gather the impetus to leave home physically and the identity to begin leaving home emotionally. Even as one part of us seeks to be an individual, another part longs to restore the safety and comfort of merging with another. Thus one of the most popular myths of this passage is: We can piggyback our development by attaching to a Stronger One. But people who marry during this time often prolong financial and emotional ties to the family and relatives that impede them from becoming self-sumcient. A stormy passage through the Pulling Up Roots years will probably facilitate the normal progression of the adult life cycle. If one doesn't have an identity crisis at this point, it will erupt during a later transition, when the penalties may be harder to bear. THE TRYING TWENTIES The Trying Twenties confront us with the question of how to take hold in the adult world. Our focus shifts from the interior turmoils of late adolescence- "Who am I?" "What is truth?"-and we become almost totally preoccupied with working out the externals8. "How do I put my aspirations into effect?" "What is the best way to start?" "Where do I go?" "Who can help me?" "How did you do it?" …… 目录 Acknowledgements Abbreviatio Pronunciation Table Unit Text A Your College Yea Text B Predictable Crises of Early Adulthood Unit Text A How Reading Changed My Life Text B How Books Helped Shape My Life Unit Text A' A Dill Pickle Text B The Invisible Japanese Gentlemen Unit Text A Diogenes and Alexander Text B Grant and Lee: A Study in Contrasts Unit Text A Silent Spring Text B The ABCs of Global Warming Unit Text A How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? Text B They Dared Cocaine---and Lost Unit Inter-Lesson (I) Unit Text A In My Day Text B My Grandmother, the Bag Lady Unit Text A Globalization's Dual Power Text B The Intemational Language of Gestures Unit l Text A The End of the Civil War Text B Mercy at Appomattox Unit Text A Why Historia Disagree Text B The Third Man Unit Text A The Most Dangerous Game Text B The Big Buffalo Bass Unit Text A The Needs That Drive Us All Text B Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Unit Inter-Lesson (II) Unit Text A A Drink in the Passage Text B The Bench Unit Text A Twelve Angry Men Text B Harry Hoffman Glossary Language Items Word-formation Rules Summarized
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