A questionnaire has been distributed to 537 adolescents with the aim to analyse their perceptions on personal growth, others’ expectations and some elements of the social context, such as interpersonal trust, communication with parents, and values. The results highlight three different views concerning growth: the first is characterised by the perception of being mature and having good relationships with adults; the second defines the perception of adolescence as “middle age” between childhood and adulthood, anchored to the importance of relationships with peers, while the third describes the feeling of acceleration towards adulthood, characterised by the pressure to reach individual objectives and by the absence of social relationships.

Adolescents' microtransitions, social trust and family communication / L. Molinari; G. Speltini. - STAMPA. - (2006), pp. 38-39. (Intervento presentato al convegno 10th EARA (European Association for Research on Adolescence) CONFERENCE tenutosi a Antalya (Turchia) nel 2-6 maggio 2006).

Adolescents' microtransitions, social trust and family communication

SPELTINI, GIUSEPPINA
2006

Abstract

A questionnaire has been distributed to 537 adolescents with the aim to analyse their perceptions on personal growth, others’ expectations and some elements of the social context, such as interpersonal trust, communication with parents, and values. The results highlight three different views concerning growth: the first is characterised by the perception of being mature and having good relationships with adults; the second defines the perception of adolescence as “middle age” between childhood and adulthood, anchored to the importance of relationships with peers, while the third describes the feeling of acceleration towards adulthood, characterised by the pressure to reach individual objectives and by the absence of social relationships.
2006
10th EARA CONFERENCE
38
39
Adolescents' microtransitions, social trust and family communication / L. Molinari; G. Speltini. - STAMPA. - (2006), pp. 38-39. (Intervento presentato al convegno 10th EARA (European Association for Research on Adolescence) CONFERENCE tenutosi a Antalya (Turchia) nel 2-6 maggio 2006).
L. Molinari; G. Speltini
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