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ArtikelDoes Adolescent Affect Impact Adult Social Integration? Evidence from the British 1946 Birth Cohort  
Oleh: Hatch, Stephani L. ; Wadsworth, Michael E.J.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Sociology vol. 42 no. 01 (Feb. 2008), page 155–177.
Topik: mental health; social integration; social networks; social selection
Fulltext: 155.pdf (292.46KB)
Isi artikelUsing data from the MRC National Survey of Health and Development (the British 1946 birth cohort),we take a life course approach with a sociology of mental health framework to examine the relationship between adolescent affect and adult social integration.The results suggest that being observed as anxious or sad in adolescence has a long-term effect on adult social integration.These associations are not explained by adult mental health or socioeconomic status, for the most part.The results demonstrate support for social selection processes between adolescent mental health and adult social outcomes and suggest a disparate effect of type of adolescent affect on adult social outcomes.
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