The Role of Social Contexts in Adolescence : Context Protection and Context Risk in the United States and China

@inproceedings{Costa2005TheRO,
  title={The Role of Social Contexts in Adolescence : Context Protection and Context Risk in the United States and China},
  author={Frances M. Costa and Richard Jessor and Mark S. Turbin and Qi Dong and Hongchuan Zhang and Changhai Wang},
  year={2005}
}
A theoretical framework about protective factors (models protection, controls protection, support protection) and risk factors (models risk, opportunity risk, vulnerability risk) was employed to articulate the content of 4 key contexts of adolescent life—family, peers, school, and neighborhood—in a cross-national study of problem behavior among 7th-, 8th-, and 9th-grade adolescents in the United States (n = 1,596) and the People’s Republic of China (n = 1,739). Results were very similar in both… CONTINUE READING

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