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Transcript of Adolescent Culture
(Dolgin & Rice, 2008) Parents who are flexible, adaptable, and tolerant in their ideas and behavior create functional families. Child abuse leads to depression, violence, drug use, and eating disorders. When students reach middle school, they are less engaged and achievement decreases. Factors that contribute to dropping out of school include SES, racial and ethnic descrimination, family problems, emotional problems, negative social adjustments and peer associations, student alienation, and pregnancy. Whites are more likely to use drugs than minorities, and boys more likely than girls. 75% of high school seniors admit they have had an alcoholic beverage. 25% smoke cigarettes. Cultural norms, parents behavior, peers' behavior, and their own personalities all affect adolescent drinking. FAMILY
SELF Adolescent Culture Presentation References
Dolgin, K.G. & Rice, F.P. (2008). The adolescent: development, relationships, and culture (12th ed). Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.