Adolescent place attachment, social capital, and perceived safety: a comparison of 13 countries.

@article{Dallago2009AdolescentPA,
  title={Adolescent place attachment, social capital, and perceived safety: a comparison of 13 countries.},
  author={Lorenza Dallago and Douglas D. Perkins and Massimo Santinello and Will Boyce and Michal Molcho and Antony R Morgan},
  journal={American journal of community psychology},
  year={2009},
  volume={44 1-2},
  pages={148-60}
}
In adolescence, children become increasingly independent and autonomous, and spend more time in neighborhood settings away from home. During mid-to-late adolescence, youth often become more critical about the place they live. Their attachment to home and even community may decrease as they explore and develop new attachments to other specific places. The aim of this study is to understand how 15-year-old students from 13 countries perceive their local neighborhood area (place attachment, social… CONTINUE READING

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