4. Social transitions - lecture outline

4. Social transitions - lecture outline - development. •...

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Lecture Outline : Social Transitions
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Social Redefinition and Development Influence of redefinition on… o identity, autonomy, intimacy, sexuality, achievement Adolescence as a Social Invention Historical background and its effects Adolescence Gaining Foothold in Middle Class Changes in Status interpersonal, political, economic, legal Process of Social Definition Common Practices in Social Redefinition
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Variations in Social Transitions clarity vs. continuity 1. Variations in Clarity o In contemporary societies o In traditional cultures o In previous historical eras 1. Variations in Continuity o In contemporary societies o In traditional cultures o In previous historical eras Transition into Adulthood Special problems for poor and minority youth Effects of poverty on transition into adulthood
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Influence of Neighborhood Characteristics Unique contribution of neighborhoods on adolescent
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Unformatted text preview: development. • Impact of neighborhoods • How do neighborhoods influence adolescent development? Pettit, Bates, Dodge, & Meece (1999) • How do neighborhoods influence parenting? 1. Direct effects: 1. Moderating Effects Neighborhood Quality Parenting Neighborhood Quality Parenting Adolescent Development Pettit, Bates, Dodge, & Meece (1999) • Purpose of study • Sample: • N = 438 • 49% girls, 16% ethnic minorities, 32 single-parent • Measures: th Pettit, Bates, Dodge, & Meece (1999) • Results (Direct effects – correlations): Neighborhood Safety Unsupervised Self-Care Parental Monitoring .27***-.03 • Results: Moderating Effects High Unsupervised Self-Care Low Unsupervised Self-Care • Results: Moderating Effects High Unsupervised Self-Care Teen Externalizing Behavior...
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2011 for the course HDFS 3423 taught by Professor Criss during the Fall '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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