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Changing adolescence : social change and its role in adolescent mental health

Author: Ann Hagell
Publisher: Bristol : Policy Press, 2012.
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This unique volume brings together the main findings from the Nuffield Foundation's Changing Adolescence Programme and explores how social change may affect young people's behaviour, mental health  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ann Hagell
ISBN: 144730103X 1447301048 9781447301035 9781447301042
OCLC Number: 1052841944
Description: xix, 232 pages
Contents: Foreword by Professor Sir Michael Rutter; Introduction~ Ann Hagell; Time trends in young people's emotional and behavioural problems, 1975-2005 Stephan Collishaw; Stress and mental health in adolescence: interrelationship and time trends ~ Ann Hagell, Seija Sandberg and Robert MacDonald; Trends in time adolescent time use in the United Kingdom ~ Ann Hagell, Stephen Peck, Nicole Zarrett, J. Ignacio Gimenez-Nadal and Jennifer Symonds; Trends in parenting: can they help explain time trends in problem behaviour? ~ Frances Gardner, Stephan Collishaw, Barbara Maughan, Jacqueline Scott, Karen Schepman and Ann Hagell; Educational changes and possible links with adolescent well-being: 1970s to 2000s Ann Hagell, John Gray, Maurice Galton and Colleen McLaughlin; Trends in adolescent substance use, and their implications for understanding trends in mental health ~ Ann Hagell, Judith Aldridge, Petra Meier, Tim Millar, Jennifer Symonds and Michael Donmall; Some thoughts on the broader context: neighbourhoods and peers ~ Ann Hagell, Sarah Curtis, Shari Daya, Yasmin Khatib, Rachel Pain, Catherine Rothon, Stephen Stansfeld and Sara Fuller; Reflections and implications ~ Ann Hagell and Sharon Witherspoon
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"This book should be read by anyone professionally involved in the mental health of young people. Its message should also be absorbed by those in a position to influence public opinion and social Read more...

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