Reflections on Humanist Youth

  • Parul Bansal


In order to understand the development of sociopolitical consciousness and belief in social action amongst humanist youth, it’s required to take a stock of the psychosocial context in which they were located. The following which shared psychodynamic aspects of identity constellation amongst youth are presented.


Civil Society Organisation Social Sector Spiritual Tradition Ideological Regime Moral Space 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.PsychologyLady Shri Ram College for WomenNew DelhiIndia

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