By Silvia Bonino
This informative and helpful quantity offers a considerable contribution to the certainty of adolescent hazard habit. The booklet combines theoretical research and the findings of a broad-based examine undertaking, with obtainable presentation all through.
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Additional resources for Adolescents and risk: Behaviors, functions and protective factors
18 CHAPTER 1 Risk Behavior in Adolescence ries that have led to a failure (Jessor et al. 1991), as the processes involved are different. We will return to this topic shortly (Fig. 6). The challenge of development is experienced in adolescence jointly with the adolescent’s parents, peers, and teachers within a precise community; therefore, it is an undertaking that involves not only adolescents but many other people and social contexts that constitute the fabric within which growth is achieved. 2).
Differentiation and opposition. As we have seen, the fundamental developmental task of adolescence is the redefinition of one’s identity. In this process, adolescents seek identity models that are different from their parents and from adults in general. As a consequence, they seek new models among their peers and struggle against parental models, focussing on the aspects of difference and opposition. The passage from an all-powerful, unrealistic vision of one’s parents, which is characteristic of childhood, to a more realistic vision that recognizes the limitations and imperfections of one’s parents, is certainly not linear, nor is it painless.
1: the personality system, the social environment system, the perceived environment, and the behavior system. It is structured in such a way as to engage the adolescent gradually, starting with neutral questions related mainly to sociodemographic characteristics and leading up to increasingly personal and emotionally charged themes. As a result, the questions are not grouped according to the various systems identified; their sequence does not appear to have any kind of logical order, with different topics being touched upon and returned to in different places.