112outline8and9 - • DRIFTING APART II. PEER “VERSUS”...

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NOTE : OUTLINES ARE PROVIDED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. SOME AREAS LISTED ON THE OUTLINES MAY BE DELETED AND OTHERS ADDED AS NECESSARY IN LECTURES DURING THE COURSE OF THE SEMESTER. I. THE TRANSITION TO ADOLESCENT FRIENDSHIPS --INTRODUCTORY POINTS (WILLARD HARTUP) A. THREE DEVELOPMENTAL ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH FRIENDSHIPS (H.S. SULLIVAN) (1) SOCIAL-COGNITIVE MATURATION (E.G., PERSPECTIVE-TAKING, ALTRUISM) (2) PREFERENCES FOR SIMILARITIES B. DEEPENING FRIENDSHIPS THE IMPORTANCE OF INTIMACY
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Unformatted text preview: • DRIFTING APART II. PEER “VERSUS” PARENTAL INTERACTIONS DURING ADOLESCENCE • PEER GROUP & PARENTAL FUNCTIONS • BELONGING TO THE PEER GROUP III. DATING AND “STRATEGIC INTERACTIONS” (ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS) IV. ADOLESCENT SEXUALITY A. SEXUAL ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIORS • SEXUAL SCRIPTS • CONTRACEPTIVES • PREGNANCY & PARENTING ISSUES A. ADOLESCENT SEXUALITY AND SEX EDUCATION • SOME CONCERNS • PROMISING IDEAS (EXAMPLES : “ROLE PLAYING” PROGRAMS; “SCHOOL-LINKED” PROGRAMS) 112OUTLINES8&9...
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