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On Growing Problems and Growing Factors in Dear Nobody by Adolescence Psychology

Author: SuiMengXue
Tutor: YangJie
School: Northeast Normal University
Course: English Language and Literature
Keywords: Dear Anonymous Puberty The problem of the growth of young people Adolescent growth factors
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2011
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\Author to conduct in-depth analysis of the novel from two angles : First novels reflected in the growth of young people ; They grow several factors affect the process of the growth of young people through the experience of the hero in the novel . The introductory section of this article describes the author the Boli · Duo Laiti novel \The novel reflects the social problems of young love and early pregnancy . Therefore , in the first chapter , I talk about the main problems encountered by the protagonist in their adolescence . In addition to the relationship of adolescent uncertainty and will lead to unwanted pregnancies , the novel also reflects the two heroes encounter another problem : the tension in the parent-child relationship . The second chapter elaborates hero growing up in the family factor in its growth . The maternal role influence on young people in the idea of ??marriage, the concept of the family ; parent role responsibility , education ; interaction between the brothers and sisters in the family . The author of more than three of the 11 elaborate . The third chapter of the thesis is the analysis of the role played by social factors hero growing up . This includes peer mutual help , mutual understanding , mutual comfort ; school education to give them inspiration in their growing . Papers concluding part of this thesis, \

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