publication . Doctoral thesis . 2008

Conflict resolution in adolescent relationships

van Doorn, M.D.;
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  • Published: 11 Dec 2008
  • Publisher: Utrecht University
  • Country: Netherlands
Conflict is an inevitable feature of social relationships. When people interact, disagreements may arise. Especially in close relationships, people sometimes disagree. Although conflict might jeopardize relationships, conflict is not necessarily detrimental. The way conflicts are handled is important in determining whether conflicts are functional or dysfunctional. Moreover, the way conflicts are handled might reveal information about the nature of relationships and their developmental status. In the current dissertation, the role of conflict resolution in adolescents’ relationships with their parents and friends was investigated in four empirical studies. Data ...
free text keywords: Niet-toepassingsgericht onderzoek, Pedagogy, Psychologie, Maatschappelijke structuren en relaties, Jeugd, Logic, Menswetenschappen, Pedagogie en Andragogie/Onderwijskunde (PEAN), Sociale wetenschappen, Jeugdhulpverlening, Opvoeding binnen het gezin, Adolescent and child psychology,m,m,, Ontwikkelingspsychologie, Overig maatschappelijk onderzoek, Jeugd, puberteit, adolescentie, Construerende Technische Wetenschappen, Psychology, Pedagogiek
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