Family factors and peer influence in drug abuse: family10 adolescents from single-parent of pro-social and anti-social behavior along. Parents coping with autism over a period of approx- expression and antisocial behaviours, all combined to this research is a qualitative longitudinal study of the. Methods this qualitative research used in-depth interviews the research methods and analysis were informed by intersectionality theory, phenomenology and a cultural competency framework. Early appearing behavior problems in a child's school career are the single best predictor of delinquency in adolescence, gang membership, and adult incarceration the purpose of this research was to identify successful interventions used by.
Behavior, including adolescents' participation in antisocial activities, their use of alcohol and other illicit substances, and their involvement in associated behaviors, such as risky sexual activity and risky driving. Qualitative research on single parent and adolescents antisocial behavior single parent families chelsea p blackstone- strother lewis clark state college the transition from a nuclear family normative, to single parent was one of the most dramatic social changes of the 20th century (furstenburg, 2009. In general, research on single-father families evolved from qualitative studies focused on the well-being of single fathers to quantitative studies focusing on child outcomes and within-group. Quantitative and qualitative data suggests that, for these parents, regaining control of their families was a complex problemamong nonassertive mothers, gains in assertiveness are significant.
Drawing from social disorganization theory, this study examined how perceived neighborhood conditions modified associations between parenting and delinquency, depressive symptoms, and school problem behavior among more than 800 african american and latino 10- to 14-year-olds participating in welfare. Employing qualitative evaluation of parent responses to a structured interview following parent project class attendance, the majority of parents reported positive changes in all five domains of change, including a change in destructive adolescent behavior and providing daily structure for their children. Line of research into family and adolescent development is argue that parental antisocial personality disorder antisocial behavior trait and parenting practices.
Parents in the qualitative study accomplished this protection through either a direct influence on the child or by improving the child's immediate and larger environment. Abstract - this study examines the relationships among selected characteristics of female-headed single parent families, and the influence the children have in the family decision making process the characteristics of interest are, the mother's age, education, income, sex role orientation. Furthermore, one could say the effects of being a child/children with only one parent, or neither parents, can cause psychological/heath problem, decrease cognitive/academic abilities, and lastly cause children to suffer from antisocial behavior. Parenting is a tough job, but single parenting is an even tougher challenge, as one parent tries to fulfil the roles of both a mother and a father to their child single. Research and etiology on the problem behaviors in childhood and adolescence often focus on the role of the family on the development of antisocial behavior an important factor examined in past studies has been family structure, and this research has shown that youth from single parent families often have higher rates of problem behaviors.
Of course, this is not always the case, single-parent families consist of those with parents who have never married, those formed by the permanent separation of parents, and those precipitated by the death of a parent. The ses of single parent families has a significant contribution in the opportunity of juvenile delinquency qualitative research using surveys of single parent households with children between 0 months to 17 years of age. Keywords: child-parent relationship, parenting training, divorce, child behavior problems divorce is a pressing issue for mental health professionals working with chil- dren and families. Parents' childhood experiences of bonding and parental psychopathology predict borderline personality disorder during adolescence in offspring psychiatry research , vol 246, p 373 crossref.
The aim of this study was twofold: to explore the influential factors of parents' attachment for at-risk children's antisocial behaviour, and to know the types of children's antisocial behaviour caused by being a single-parent family. Research and theory on the etiology of prob- of problem behavior among single-parent fam- tant role in the development of adolescent anti-social behavior. Hold that antisocial behavior is caused by a lack of self-control stemming from an impulsive personality -gottfredson & hirschi claim that this explains all varieties of delinquent behavior & all the social and behavioral correlates of crime. Despite these drawbacks, the researchers say the work broadens the understanding of how different forms of antisocial behavior, like aggression and callous-unemotional traits, emerge.
Many studies reported the inverse relation between familism and youth alcohol abuse (gil, wagner, & vega, 2000) showing the need of further research on characteristics of behavior of family patterns and parenting of adolescent under substance abuse situation. Antisocial behavior, the connection between model-specific processes and therapeutic change, and the integration of influ- ences outside of the specific models raise significant questions. In addition, they found that youth who reside with a single biological parent who cohabits with a nonbiological partner exhibit an unusually high rate of antisocial behavior, especially if the custodial parent is the biological father.
Cross-sectional and longitudinal research has shown that family meals are protective for adolescent healthful eating behaviors however, little is known about what parents think of these findings and whether parents from single- vs dual-headed households have differing perspectives about the findings. The results suggest that malaysian adolescents from urban single-mother families with low functioning and low parenting quality were at higher risk for engaging in antisocial behaviors. Background given the extensive research and efforts made to estimate the negative effects of peer-victimization, adolescents ' own experiences and understandings have had surprisingly little.