Adolescents After Divorce (häftad)
Häftad (Paperback)
Antal sidor
New ed
Harvard University Press
Maccoby, Eleanor E.
45 line illustrations, 47 tables
234 x 156 x 18 mm
481 g
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Adolescents After Divorce (häftad)

Adolescents After Divorce

Häftad,  Engelska, 2000-04-01
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When their parents divorce, some children falter and others thrive. This book asks why. Is it the custody arrangements? A parent's new partner? Conflicts or consistency between the two households? "Adolescents After Divorce" follows children from 1100 divorcing families to discover what makes the difference. Focusing on a period beginning four years after the divorce, the authors have the help of their subjects in exploring the altered conditions of their lives. These teenagers come from a wide range of backgrounds. Some are functioning well. Some are faring poorly. The authors examine the full variety of situations in which these children find themselves once the initial disruption has passed - whether parents remarry or repartner, how parents relate to each other and to their children, and how life in two homes is integrated. Certain findings emerge - for instance, we see that remarried new partners were better accepted than cohabiting new partners. And when parents' relations are amicable, adolescents in dual custody are less likely than other adolescents to experience loyalty conflicts. The authors also consider the effects of visitation arrangements, the demands made and the goals set within each home, and the emotional closeness of the residential parent to the child.
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The aim of this volume is to shed new light on the question why do some children 'falter after divorce and others thrive?'...The volume is based upon a carefully constructed study which was rigorously executed and analysed. The subject pool consisted of 522 young people from 365 families. The study is drawn from a larger sample of 1,500 young people who participated in the Stanford Divorce Study, drawn from two counties in Northern California. This was a non-clinical population...The authors are distinguished researchers, who, in reporting the findings, are able to draw upon wide experience when making interpretations and reaching their conclusions...A book like this generally proves to be a milestone in the literature [and] this volume is destined to be a landmark...with its careful documentation, rigorous analyses and well-qualified conclusions, and with a particular emphasis on understanding the living arrangements that best predict healthy adaptation. -- Erica Frydenberg "British Journal of Educational Psychology"