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Linking Parents and Family to Adolescent Peer Relations: Ethnic and Cultural Considerations

New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development (J-B CAD Single Issue Child & Adolescent Development)

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ContributionsR. Bradford Brown (Editor), Nina S. Mounts (Editor)
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Number of Pages120
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Open LibraryOL7596728M
ISBN 100470178019
ISBN 109780470178010

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The cultural context of family-peer linkages in adolescence / B. Bradford Brown, Nina S. Mounts --Parental goals regarding peer relationships and management of peers in a multiethnic sample / Nina S.

Mounts, Hyun-Soo Kim --Exploring adolescent perceptions of parental beliefs and practices related to friendships in diverse ethnic communities. Pushing into a new era in the research on connections between adolescents' peer and family relationships, Linking Parents and Family to Adolescent Peer Relations: Ethnic and Cultural Considerations develops the groundwork for thinking about the ways in which culture has been conceptualized in social scientific research.

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83–99). San Francisco: Jossey Bass. : Link Parent Adol Peer Summer (J-B CAD Single Issue Child & Adolescent Development) (): B. Bradford Brown: Books. He is the co-editor or co-author of five books, including The Development of Romantic Relationships in Adolescence (with Wyndol Furman and Candice Feiring), The World's Youth: Adolescence in 8 Regions of the Globe (with Reed Larson and T.

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Saraswathi), and Linking Parents and Family to Adolescent Peer Relations: Ethnic and Cultural Book Edition: 1. Finally, we consider contextual influences on peer interactions. In addition to the family and school, investigators have considered the role that ethnic or cultural background, and electronic media (especially, the Internet) play in adolescent peer relations.

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