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Author Bengtson, Vern L.

Title How families still matter : a longitudinal study of youth in two generations / Vern L. Bengtson, Timothy J. Biblarz, Robert E.L. Roberts.

Imprint Cambridge, UK ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 2002.

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 Moore Stacks  HQ536 .B434 2002    Available  ---
Description xxii, 215 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-203) and index.
Contents Families, generations, and achievement orientations of youth -- Models and methods of intergenerational influences -- The changing contexts of family life -- Educational and occupational aspirations of youth across generations -- Self-esteem: self-confidence and self-deprecation -- Value orientations: youths' individualism and materialism across generations -- Continuity and change in family influences across generations -- Why families still matter.
Subject Families -- United States -- Longitudinal studies.
Generations -- United States -- Longitudinal studies.
Parental influences -- United States -- Longitudinal studies.
Achievement motivation in youth -- United States -- Longitudinal studies.
Baby boom generation -- United States.
Generation X -- United States.
Famille -- États-Unis -- Études longitudinales.
Générations -- États-Unis -- Études longitudinales.
Parents -- Influence -- États-Unis -- Études longitudinales.
Motivation d'accomplissement chez les jeunes -- États-Unis -- Études longitudinales.
Génération du baby-boom -- États-Unis.
Génération X -- États-Unis.
Gezin.
Leeftijdsgroepen.
Ouder-kind-relaties.
Continuïteit.
Verandering.
Attitude
Génération du baby-boom
Famille
Génération
Génération X
Motivation
Relation entre générations
Réussite
Valeur (Philosophie)
États-Unis
Added Author Biblarz, Timothy J., 1962-
Roberts, Robert E. L., 1956-
ISBN 0521009545 (pb.)
052180423X
9780521804233
9780521009546 (pb.)