1 Cultural Perspectives on Values and Religion in Adolescent Development

@inproceedings{Trommsdorf20121CP,
  title={1 Cultural Perspectives on Values and Religion in Adolescent Development},
  author={Gisela Trommsdorf},
  year={2012}
}
  • Gisela Trommsdorf
  • Published 2012
This chapter discusses why research on adolescent development will benefit from a focus on values and religion using a culture-sensitive approach. In the first part, the relations among culture, values, and religion in adolescent development are briefly summarized. The second part deals with the topic of adolescent v'llues, and the third part addresses religion and religiosity. Each part discusses relevant research from a multidisciplinary perspective and highlights major issues, results, and… CONTINUE READING

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