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1. How can we think about tipping points Tipping points 1-2 risk factors o Little or no impact on child, will begin to inch towards other issues (violence, negative behavior, etc.) 3-6 risk factors o Dropping out of HS, giving birth as a teen, low engagement in school 7-8 risk factors o Delinquent, criminal activity, gang related violence 2. How are the pathways of young adults shaped by the timing of stressful life events - Great Depression: Pathways of young adults are shaped by stressful life events because they are forced to grow up faster and gain independence quicker - Birth order: Love is a pie – there’s only so much to go around, families choose which “slice” to give to their child in what order, etc. 3. Rhythms of working class adults differ from workday obligations - Daily rhythms are the schedules that working class adults get into. They differ because some people have night shifts, day shifts, some people have to care for their children and then work, some people don’t have
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2010 for the course FMSC 381 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '09 term at Maryland.

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