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Title: Mid Life Crisis
Authors: Merchant, Naina
Keywords: Desai, K.G.
School of Social Sciences
Issue Date: 1985
Publisher: Tata Institute of Social Sciences
Abstract: Eliott Jacques• (1970) coined the word timid life crisis". The author suggested that if multiple, simultaneous demands are made on an individual, he1she will have to use all his/her coping abilities to face them. Growing awareness of his physical declines, coping with one's spouse, growing or grown up children if one has them, demads made on the job, together with a sharp awareness of one's future, all can be considered demands needing attention .. Any two or more than these two above-mentioned aspects if they appear in quick succession they may prove the most difficult years of development. The following eight aspects are considered in the Middle-aged Teacher's realm: (i) physical health, (ii)- self concept,(iii) perception of future, (iv)relationship with spouse,(v) perception of family(vi) social perception, (vii) perception of job satisfaction and (Viii)perception of creativity and leisure activities.
URI: http://192.168.194.112/handle/1/2929
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