Social Networks and Social Support in Childhood and Adolescence

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Frank Nestmann, Klaus Hurrelmann
Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 1994 - Social Science - 453 pages
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Contents

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1
Part I Social Support in Childhood and Adolescence Theoretical Perspectives
21
2 How Does Social Support Function in Childhood?
23
3 Convoys of Attachment and Social Relations in Children Adolescents and Adults
37
4 Social Support in the Relationships Between Older Adolescents and Adults
53
Implications for Theories of Network and Support
75
Methodological and Theoretical Considerations
89
Part II Social Support Social Competence and Prosocial Behavior
109
14 Psychosocial Problems and Social Support in Adolescence
241
15 Analyzing the Strength of Supportive Ties in Adolescent Social Supports
257
Part IV Social Support in Stressful Family Conditions
269
Coaching Modeling and Family Context
271
17 Social Support Issues for Latchkey and Supervised Children
293
Influences on Blacks and Whites in Single and TwoParent Families
305
Children as Sources of Support
323
20 Social Support in Chronically Sick Children and Their Families
347

Some Theoretical and Empirical Contributions to Their Relationship
111
8 The Transactional Relations Between Social Support and Childrens Competence
131
The Individual in Perspective
149
Methodological and Theoretical Implications
159
Part III Supportive Functions of Parents and Peers
169
11 Social Relationships and Support Among Peers During Middle Childhood
171
A Longitudinal Analysis
191
13 The Role of Parents and Peers in the Sexual and Relational Socialization of Adolescents
217
Part V Cultural and Sociocultural Backgrounds of Social Support
361
21 The Sociocultural Environment as a Source of Support
363
22 Family and Peer Support of Israeli and German Adolescents
385
23 Supportive Interactions in Cultural Context
395
A CrossCultural Examination of Networks Among Street Children and Street Youth
409
Part VI Conclusion
427
25 Issues Concerning Social Support in Childhood and Adolescence
429
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About the author (1994)

KLAUS HURRELMANN is Professor of Sociology and Health Sciences, Director of the Research Center for Prevention and Intervention, and Dean of the School of Public Health at the University of Bielefeld.

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