The Relationship Between Adolescentsâ€™ Attitudes Toward Their Fathers and Loneliness: A Cross-Cultural Study
- HOW TO LEAVE A TEENAGER ALONE. SAGER, MIKE // Esquire;Jun/Jul2012, Vol. 157 Issue 6/7, p167
The article offers tips to fathers on dealing with a teenager. Teenagers are said to prefer to be left alone at times. Their mumbling is attributed to uncertainty about themselves. Fathers are also advised to let their children teach them once in a while and to tell them they are loved as much...
- TEENS MISUNDERSTOOD. Bhatnagar, Shalini // Woman's Era;Feb2013, Vol. 40 Issue 941, p7
The article discusses problems between teenage children and parents and highlights ways of dealing with them. It informs that a common problem among teenagers and parents is that neither is able to appreciate the others' point of view due to the teen's stubbornness and parental constraints. It...
- Gender Differences in Positive and Negative Feelings Between Adolescents and Their Fathers and Mothers. Phares, Vicky; Renk, Kimberly; Duhig, Amy; Fields, Sherecce; Sly, Jamilia // Journal of Child & Family Studies;Apr2009, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p213
Given the connections between feelings and well-being within the family, we addressed gender differences and similarities of feelings within the family. We explored adolescentsâ€™, mothersâ€™, and fathersâ€™ positive and negative affect within a community sample of 224 families...
- Adolescent romantic relationships in China and Canada: A cross-national comparison. Zhi Hong Li; Connolly, Jennifer; Depeng Jiang; Pepler, Debra; Craig, Wendy // International Journal of Behavioral Development;Mar2010, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p113
This study compared the romantic involvements of Canadian and Chinese adolescents as well as linkages with friend and parental relationships. Participants were 496 Chinese adolescents and 395 Canadian adolescents, aged 16-17 years. Chinese adolescents were less likely to have any form of...
- THE REBEL IN YOU. // Scholastic Choices;Jan2008, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p18
The article discusses the tendency of teenagers to defy rules set by their parents and other adults.
- get YOUR PARENTS to say YES! VIGGIANI, HEATHER // Seventeen;Oct2015, Vol. 74 Issue 10, p90
The article shares tips on how teenagers can get what they want from their parents which include reviewing recent behavior, avoiding asking the parents when they are hungry, and being honest.
- You be the parent. // Scholastic Choices;Oct94, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p17
Presents several situations involving decisions to made by a parent on dealing with problem teenagers. Curfew conflicts; Boy-girl relationships; Changing interests.
- INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY FACTORS AND ADOLESCENT WELL-BEING: A MULTI-LEVEL ANALYSIS. DeGoede, Martijn; Spruijt, Ed; Maas, Cora // Social Behavior & Personality: An International Journal;1999, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p263
What are the effects of positive and negative experiences in both the vocational and relationship careers of youngsters and their parents on adolescent well-being. Data from the Dutch national panel study USAD (Utrecht Study of Adolescent Development) were used; this is a study of developmental...
- Who influences teens the most? // USA Today Magazine;Nov93, Vol. 122 Issue 2582, p9
Discusses an Ohio State University study on the effect of families on teenagers' behavior. Children from unsupportive families having the greatest risk of behavioral problems; Importance of a family in a teenager's maturity; Belief that bad friends result in gang involvement, substance abuse...