3 edition of Father-adolescent relationships found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Other titles||Father adolescent relationships|
|Statement||Shmuel Shulman ; W. Andrew Collins, editors|
|Series||New directions for child development -- no. 62|
|Contributions||Shulman, Shmuel, Collins, W. Andrew, 1944-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||101 p. :|
|Number of Pages||101|
Full text of "ERIC ED The Effect of Interpersonal Relationships on Psychosomatic Symptoms: Moderating Role of Gender" See other formats Jun. , Volume 6, No.6 (Serial No) US-China Education Review, ISSN , USA The effect of interpersonal relationships on psychosomatic symptoms: Moderating role of gender WANG Su-hsing, LUH Wei-ming (Institute of Education, College . 6. Raquel Nogueira Avelar e Silva, Daphne van de Bongardt, Petra van de Looij-Jansen, Anne Wijtzes, Hein Raat, “Mother– and Father–Adolescent Relationships and Early Sexual Intercourse,” Pediatrics , issue 6 (December ) 7.
Differences between the mother-adolescent and father-adolescent relationships and possible behavioral correlates of parental involvement and attachment are examined. A multimodal data collection procedure was used to gather information from adolescents (N = . Worse mother-adolescent relationships were more significantly associated with AIA (OR = , 95% CI: ) than worse father-adolescent relationships (OR = , 95% CI: ). Marital status of “married-but-separated” and family structure of “left-behind adolescents” were associated with symptoms of some subscales.
Regarding the parent-adolescent relationship, findings have again been inconclusive. Newman () and Youniss and Smollar () found that the father-adolescent relationship was perceived to be less positive than was the mother-adolescent relationship. Newman () noted that differences were moderated by the gender of the adolescent. Although fathers' residency contributes to adolescent adjustment, residing with a father does not necessarily imply strong father-child bonds (Salem, Zimmerman, & Notaro, ; Thomas, Krampe, & Newton, ), and more research is needed examining the implications of father-adolescent relationship quality for youth outcomes.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: Finding time for fatherhood: the emotional ecology of adolescent-father interactions / Reed W.
Larson --Continuity and change in father-adolescent relations / David M. Almeida, Nancy L. Galambos --Distinctive role of the father in adolescent separation-individuation / Shmuel.
The Father–Son Relationship 5. The Father–Daughter Relationship 6. Custodial and Non-Custodial Fathers 7. Adolescents and their Stepfathers 8. Adolescents’ Chronic Illness and Father–Adolescent Relationships 9. Fathers and Adolescent Psychopathology Father–Adolescent Relationships and Aggression Incestuous Relationships Drawing on a variety of disciplines, the authors’ examine the relationships of fathers to their adolescents in the context of a changing society.
They find that fathers interact in ways that are different from those of mothers, but that are important for Cited by: That is, father-adolescent relationships in families of adolescents with diagnostic- and subdiagnostic- levels of depressive symptoms are distinguished by lower levels of support and higher levels of conflict than are those of healthy families.
In two-parent families, moreover, it appears that each parent-adolescent relationship is. It is probable that connection functions as a key element in father-adolescent child relationship quality for many fathers and children in the United States.
Also, relationship quality between fathers and children is consequential for the well-being of both sons and daughters in adolescence.
(FIT), which is based on social-cognitive theory principles, on father-adolescent relationships in the family functioning. The book is based on the author‟s doctoral thesis complete d in Author: Ercan Kocayörük. Indeed, the father-daughter relationships depicted in a range of cultural forms over the course of the postwar period-from the sexual crisis induced by the absent father in Carson McCullers's novel (and play/movie) The Member of the Wedding (), to the description of the ideal father-daughter relationship in Dr.
Spock's Common Sense Book of. These results add to the growing literature that shows mother-adolescent and father-adolescent relationships contribute differentially to psychological development.
The results seem especially relevant for adolescents' sex role development and constructed individuality as mediated through relationships with both parents. (). Links Between the Mother–Adolescent and Father–Adolescent Relationships and Adolescent Depression: A Genetically Informed Study. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology: Vol.
47, Parenting, pp. SS In book: Handbook of family communication, Chapter: Parent-child communication during adolescence, Publisher: Erlbaum, Editors: A.
Vangelisti, pp The most serious father/adolescent son conflicts I see in counseling are when the father pushes his agenda of resemblance ("My way is the right way") so. Together, these findings tentatively suggest that, on average, positive aspects of the father–adolescent relationship (e.g., intimacy, knowledge) do not play a role in adolescent body image, but negative aspects of father–adolescent relationships might.
8. My thanks to Dorothy Martin, Extension Family Life Specialist in Colorado, for sharing the results of her study titled, "The Expressive Domain of the Father - Adolescent Daughter Relationship Defined by Their Perceptions and Desires." Available from Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol.
XXXIX, Num Mark H. Trahan, Richard H. Morley, Kevin Shafer, Father-Adolescent Relationship Closeness: A Path Analysis of Family Factor Associates with Father-Adolescent Engagement and Relationship Quality, Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, /s, (). A father-daughter relationship is one of the most important in a girl's life.
Learn how dads influence their child's development & self-esteem. 4 Sharon C. Risch, Kathleen M. Jodl, and Jacquelynne S. Eccles, “Role of the Father-Adolescent Relationship in Shaping Adolescents’ Attitudes Toward Divorce,” Journal of Marriage and the Family 66 (): As cited in Patrick F.
Fagan and Aaron Churchill, “The Effects of Divorce on Children” MARRI Research, January available at. The purpose of this study to examine parentis-adolescent relationship as perceived by s adolescents and its relationship with adolescents’ adjustment.
In order to measure parent-adolescent relationships nd psychological control, involvement, parental warmth a communication have been used as variables.
Furthermore, self-esteem, school adjustment. This study explored changes in New Zealand adolescents' perceptions of their attachment relationships with their mothers, fathers, and friends. The main findings revealed that from early to late adolescence: Males and females remained stable in their quality of affect toward their mothers.
With increasing age, females utilized their mothers for support and proximity more, whereas males. Introduction. Adolescence is a time of changing social relationships. During this period, young people move away from parental authority and increasingly turn to peers as a source of support and companionship (Helsen, Vollebergh, & Meeus, ; McElhaney, Allen, Stephenson, & Hare, ).In Western culture, adolescence is also the time when most individuals experience their first.
The father-son relationship -- 5. The father-daughter relationship -- 6. Custodial and non-custodial fathers -- 7. Adolescents and their stepfathers -- 8. Adolescents\' chronic illness and father-adolescent relationships -- 9.
Fathers and adolescent psychopathology -- Father-adolescent relationships and aggression -. Most recent developments in family relationship involve attempts to refine and expand conceptualizat more» ion of father involvement that provide opportunities to the fathers to influence their children’s live by a variety of relationship and interaction.This longitudinal study examined relations between mother–child relationship quality and father support in adolescence (ages 15–19) and emerging adults’ (ages 24–28) romantic anxiety and avoidance in a sample that experienced parental divorce in childhood (n = 72).A significant interactive effect of mother–adolescent relationship quality and father support on romantic anxiety occurred.Closeness of father-adolescent relationships was examined as a predictor of adolescents' attitudes toward divorce.
A sample of European and African American adolescents (N = reported on the quality of father-adolescent relationships in 11th grade and their attitudes toward divorce at age