Adolescent development in interpersonal and societal contexts

Title

Adolescent development in interpersonal and societal contexts

Creator

Smetana JG; Campione-Barr N; Metzger A

Publisher

Annual Review Of Psychology

Date

2006

Subject

Female; Humans; Male; Parent-Child Relations; Interpersonal Relations; Peer Group; Sibling Relations; Social Environment; Love; adolescent; Family/psychology; Adolescent Transitions; Social Behavior; Adolescent Behavior/psychology; Intergenerational Relations

Description

In this chapter we review theoretical and empirical advances in research on adolescent development in interpersonal and societal contexts. First, we identify several trends in current research, including the current emphasis on ecological models and the focus on diversity in and relational models of adolescent development. Next, we discuss recent research on interpersonal relationships, with an eye toward identifying major research themes and findings. Research on adolescents' relationships with parents, siblings, other relatives, peers, and romantic partners, and adolescents' involvement in community and society is reviewed. Future directions in research on adolescent development are discussed.
2006

Rights

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Type

Journal Article

Citation List Month

Backlog

Pages

255-284

Volume

57

Citation

Smetana JG; Campione-Barr N; Metzger A, “Adolescent development in interpersonal and societal contexts,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed October 16, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/13413.

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