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  • Author:
    Brannen
  • ISBN:
    0335190979
  • ISBN13:
    978-0335190973
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  • Publisher:
    Open University Press (January 2, 1994)
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    240 pages
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    Medicine
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Young People, Health and Family Life by. Julia Brannen, Ann Oakley.

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A multiple regression analysis revealed that the most important predictors of mental health care use for CPM were active family life (OR . 7) and children´s own mental health problems (OR . 8 self-report, . 7 parent-report). Additionally, parental strain showed a tendency to predict mental health care use (OR . 5).

Taking family life as the focus, the book explores a critical moment in teenagers and parents lives with respect to the transition to adulthood, a point a which young people and parents take important decisions about the future.

Taking family life as the focus, the book explores a critical moment in teenagers and parents lives with respect to the transition to adulthood, a point a which young people and parents take important decisions about the future, especially concerning education, training and the labour market. Themes and methods meanings of adolescence fathers and mothers definitions of health young people and illness taking risks families, rules and young people household negotiations and food household negotiations - sex, smoking, alcohol and drugs relations between parents and young people show more.

ISBN13: 9780335190973 SKU: 1949610. Availability: In stock.

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This study of over 800 16-year-olds takes as its focus family life

This study of over 800 16-year-olds takes as its focus family life. ISBN13:9780335190973. Release Date:February 1994.

Taking family life as the focus, the book explores a critical moment in teenagers and parents lives with . Times Educational Supplement "I would recommend it to any schoolnurse or health visitor working with young people. Times Educational Supplement "I would recommend it to any schoolnurse or health visitor working with young people innovative and insightful, and.

Some people like big families, while others think that small families are better. Firstly, when there are two or more children in the family, they are used to helping each other and sharing responsibilities. As someone has rightly said: "The family is the nucleus of civilization". A person's upbringing and education starts in his or her family and it is in the family that values, norms and ideas are communicated from generation to generation. Families can be big and small. Some families consist of parents and their only child. But there are families where several generations live together and where there are a lot of children. In my opinion, big families are better than small ones.

Responding to the survey, the young people described their social context (relations with family, peers and school), physical health and satisfaction with life, health behaviours (patterns of eating, tooth brushing and physical activity) and risk behaviours (use of tobacco, alcohol and cannabis.

Responding to the survey, the young people described their social context (relations with family, peers and school), physical health and satisfaction with life, health behaviours (patterns of eating, tooth brushing and physical activity) and risk behaviours (use of tobacco, alcohol and cannabis, sexual behaviour, fighting and bullying). Statistical analyses were carried out to identify meaningful differences in the prevalence of health and social indicators by gender, age group and levels of family affluence.

This study of over 800 16-year-olds takes as its focus family life. It addresses such questions as: what is it like to be a teenager today?; how do parents and teenagers experience their roles and responsibilities?; and how does the promotion of health figure in their perspectives and priorities?