Adolescents, Families, and Social Development: How Teens Construct Their Worlds
December 2010, Wiley-Blackwell
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1 Introduction: Perspectives on Adolescents and Their Families.
2 Studying Adolescent–Parent Relationships from the Lens of Developmental Psychology.
3 Conflicts and Their Vicissitudes.
4 Parents' Voices: Conflicts and Social Conventions.
5 Adolescents' Voices: Autonomy and the Personal Domain.
6 Autonomy, Conflict, Connectedness, and Culture.
7 Adolescent Relationships and Development within and between Cultures.
8 Adolescent–Parent Relationships in African American Families.
9 Beliefs about Parental Authority.
10 Parenting Styles and Practices.
11 Disclosure and Secrecy in Adolescent–Parent Relationships.
12 Coordinations and Change in Social Development.
13 Life beyond Adolescence: Transitions to Adulthood.