Changing Boundaries of Parental Authority During Adolescence: New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, Number 108
July 2005, Jossey-Bass
Thus, the chapters in this volume provide new directions for conceptualizing variations in parenting over the second decade of life and their implicaions for adolescent adjustment and well-being. The authors point to the need for developmentally sensitive models of parenting that consider changes within domains over time, their influence on adolescent development and functioning, and potential asynchronies between parents and adolescents.
This is the 108th volume of the Jossey-Bass quarterly report series New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development.
Editor's notes (pages 1–3)
Patterns of parenting across adolescence (pages 5–16)
Brian K. Barber, Suzanne L. Maughan and Joseph A. Olsen
Adolescent psychological well-being and parental control of the personal (pages 17–30)
Larry Nucci, Yuki Hasebe and Maria Tereza Lins-Dyer
Adolescents' and parents' changing conceptions of parental authority (pages 31–46)
Judith Smetana, Hugh F. Crean and Nicole Campione-Barr
Rules, legitimacy of parental authority, and obligation to obey in Chile, the Philippines, and the United States (pages 47–60)
Nancy Darling, Patricio Cumsille and Liane Peña-Alampay
Patterns of parental authority and adolescent autonomy (pages 61–69)
Psychological control: Style or substance? (pages 71–78)
The many faces of parenting (pages 79–88)