Leisure Context, Parental Control, and Resistance to Peer Pressure as Predictors of Adolescent Partying and Substance Use: An Ecological Perspective

@article{Caldwell1999LeisureCP,
  title={Leisure Context, Parental Control, and Resistance to Peer Pressure as Predictors of Adolescent Partying and Substance Use: An Ecological Perspective},
  author={Linda L. Caldwell and Nancy K. Darling},
  journal={Journal of Leisure Research},
  year={1999},
  volume={31},
  pages={57-77}
}
Using an ecological model we explored factors that contributed to the amount of time adolescents spent partying and consequent substance use. This study derived from secondary data analysis on self... 

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