Kendall Cotton Bronk

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Purpose, hope, and life satisfaction in three age groups Kendall Cotton Bronk , Patrick L. Hill , Daniel K. Lapsley , Tasneem L. Talib & Holmes Finch To cite this article: Kendall Cotton Bronk , Patrick L. Hill , Daniel K. Lapsley , Tasneem L. Talib & Holmes Finch (2009) Purpose, hope, and life satisfaction in three age groups, The Journal of Positive(More)
The exemplar methodology represents a useful yet underutilized approach to studying developmental constructs. It features an approach to research whereby individuals, entities, or programs that exemplify the construct of interest in a particularly intense or highly developed manner compose the study sample. Accordingly, it reveals what the upper ends of(More)
Researchers contend that committing to an inspiring purpose in life is an important component of healthy identity development for adolescents; however, little research has focused on how identity and purpose develop together. Therefore, the study followed a sample of eight adolescent purpose exemplars for five years in order to develop a grounded model of(More)
a r t i c l e i n f o The scientific study of youth entrepreneurship is truly in its infancy, with research on the development of entre-preneurship constrained by theoretical foundations that rely on static, trait-like approaches that equate entrepre-neurship with stable personality characteristics. In this article, we define entrepreneurship as a fluid(More)
Twenty-five (N = 25) early adolescents were asked to describe their conceptions of the good life and a good person. Analysis of their responses revealed that sixth and ninth graders see care and support from friends and family as requisite components of the good life. Having material comforts, being happy, and achieving personal goals were also important,(More)
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