Parenting And Outcomes For Young People


Bad behaviour among teenagers is not the fault of parenting getting worse. A report from the Nuffield Foundation, carried out by Oxford University, says today's parents are taking a more active role in their children's lives than parents two decades ago and that problem behaviour among teenagers might be more likely to be caused by peer pressure and the influence of youth culture. Leadership Briefings Issue 4.04 (40)

DATE: 05/08/2009
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