Life-course perspective refers to a theory which proposed that life course transitions decreasingly tied to age; increased continuity over time; specific life paths across domain are independent . The theory put strong emphasis on psychological, social-cultural, life cycle and less on biological forces on human development. Moreover, Life-course perspective refers to the description on how various generations experience the biological, psychological, and sociocultural forces of development in their respective historical contexts . A key feature of the Life-course perspective is the dynamic interplay between the individual and society.

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