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Title
THE IMPACT OF FAMILY-STRUCTURE DURING ADOLESCENCE ON DEVIANCE IN EARLY ADULTHOOD
Author:
CHEN ZY; KAPLAN HB;
Addresses:
TEXAS A&M UNIV,DEPT SOCIOL COLLEGE STN TX 77843
Heading Title:
Deviant behavior
issue: 4, volume: 18, year: 1997,
pages: 365 - 391
SICI:
0163-9625(1997)18:4<365:TIOFDA>2.0.ZU;2-5
Source:
ISI
Language:
ENG
Subject:
PARENTAL DIVORCE; MARITAL DISRUPTION; SINGLE PARENTS; BROKEN HOMES; CHILDREN; DELINQUENCY; BEHAVIOR; PEERS; MODEL; METAANALYSIS;
Document Type:
Article
Nature:
Serial
Edition:
Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences
Citations:
63
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Addresses for extracts:
Citation:
Z.Y. Chen and H.B. Kaplan, "THE IMPACT OF FAMILY-STRUCTURE DURING ADOLESCENCE ON DEVIANCE IN EARLY ADULTHOOD", Deviant behavior, 18(4), 1997, pp. 365-391

Abstract

Using three waves of panel data (N = 2,931), the authors estimated a structural equation model to test the direct and indirect effect of family structure during early adolescence on forestalling deviance in early adulthood. Family structure is hypothesized to affect young adult deviance through four intervening processes during adolescence: parent-child relationship, commitment to conventional values, association with deviant peers, and subjective distress. The direct effect from family structure on deviance in early adulthood was found to persist afterthe significant mediating processes during adolescence were taken into account. The results are consistent with the view that considers family disruption as a gradual disintegration process as opposed to a fatal accident with an immediate impact.

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