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Mutuality in parent-adolescent relationships

James Youniss

Mutuality in parent-adolescent relationships

social capital for impending adulthood

by James Youniss

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Published by William T. Grant Foundation Commission on Work, Family and Citizenship in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Adolescence,
  • Interpersonal relations in adolescence,
  • Family,
  • Social capital (Sociology)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJames Youniss ; with commentaries by Ann C. Crouter, John H. Lewko.
    ContributionsWilliam T. Grant Foundation. Commission on Work, Family, and Citizenship.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ796 .Y584 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 92 p. ;
    Number of Pages92
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1348295M
    LC Control Number92236756
    OCLC/WorldCa18533592

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Parents, Children, and Adolescents presents an integrative perspective of the parent-child relationship within several contexts. You can expand your empirical and theoretical knowledge of the parent-child relationship and child development through the book’s unusually holistic, theoretical perspec.

In the book Trust in Technology: A Socio-Technical Perspective, they claim that mutuality is a must in a healthy relationship. "This refers to the level of responsibility each party is expected to accept for the benefit to be derived by the other party and for protecting the other party form any harm associated with breakdown or misapplication.

This book will show you how to find and amplify the “evolutionary relationships” in your own life. It will show you how to transform any committed relationship—whether with a spouse, a lover, a partner, a close friend, or family member—into a dynamic engine for mutual evolution.

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There are four major areas of mutuality that must be present if a relationship is to succeed and grow: love, benefit, trust and support. • Mutual Love:Love is the constantly renewing energy that keeps a commitment alive. When both partners feel loved, and both.

Parent, Adolescent, and the Need for Compromise The relationship between parent and adolescent is always a compromised one.

Posted In contrast, students who lived at home felt parents underestimated their maturity, and reported more conflict and avoidance in their relationships with parents.

Regardless of residential setting, women reported more mutuality and support in their relationships with parents than by: Adolescent girls’ perceptions that parents were accepting/involved and provided appropriate strictness and supervision were significantly related to adolescent girls’ perceptions of mutuality (i.e., bidirectional movement of thoughts, feelings, and activities between persons) within their own romantic relationships which in turn was related to their romantic relationship satisfaction.

No parenting variables were Cited by: Parental Resentment Toward A Self-Centered Adolescent When parents resent their teenager, the relationship may be out of balance. Posted Parent-adolescent relationships during the college years Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Youth and Adolescence 22(2) April with 58 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The relationships between children and their parents are the building blocks for f- ily relationships throughout life. The nature of the parent-child relationship begins with parenting—the practices and strategies that parents engage in as they raise their children. Parenting during childhood sets the stage for parent-adolescent relati- ships.

Table 1 provides data on demographics, relationship variables, and parenting behaviors. Age, race/ethnicity, and length of the adolescent girl's romantic relationship were not related to any of the relationship outcomes.

Parental Acceptance/Involvement and Parental Strictness/Supervision were positively related to mutuality within the relationship (), but there was no relationship for Cited by: Friendship at the Margins is like the "amen" and "encore" of The Spirituality of Imperfection which I finished last week.

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History and educator. Inhe published a full-length biography of Adi Da, and went on tour promoting the book and his teacher’s spiritual work. This is the hope of the Old Testament prophets. This is the nature of the kingdom Jesus established. This is the conversation taking place in each of the Epistles.

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Addressing the balance in the power dynamics of parent–adolescent relationships may be important to the prevention of relational aggression in adolescents dating relationships.

Engendering equity in decision-making and respect for mutuality and autonomy in parent–adolescent relationships may set norms for healthier dating by: