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The focus of this study is to analyse, within the same population, the specificity of friendship in comparison with dating relationships among French adolescents. The subjects interviewed (63 boys and 82 girls, aged 15 to 19 years), all volunteers, were recruited from three "classic and modern" senior high schools and three vocational high schools. The data(More)
In order to determine how adolescents perceive their relationships, a set of eight drawings representing one, two or three characters, whose sex and relationships where not clearly defined, were shown to 403 Parisian adolescents (227 girls and 176 boys) aged 15 to 19. The majority of data converge for all subjects, regardless of the sex, curriculum or(More)
Three hundred and eighty-six French adolescents from 16 to 18 years of age (145 boys and 241 girls) were questioned about sexuality. The five questions used covered their opinions on: abortion, masturbation, sexual intercourse during adolescence, homosexuality and marriage. The comparison of their responses to the five questions was expected to bring out(More)
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