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Title: Family Unemployment and Its Impact on Adolescent Personality Development
Journal: Adolescence  Volume:24  Issue:93  Dated:(Spring 1989)  Pages:47-52
Author(s): R E Isralowitz
Date Published: 1989
Page Count: 6
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Type: Survey
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: The issue of family unemployment is examined in terms of its effect on adolescent work values and self-concept.
Abstract: The subjects were 344 high school youths from an Israeli development town. The study findings show no significant differences among youth from families where the father is either employed or unemployed. These results tend to be consistent with other research in the sense that father's work status has little, if any, impact on adolescent family members' attitudes toward work and self. 23 references. (Author abstract)
Main Term(s): Juvenile self concept; Unemployment
Index Term(s): Economic influences; Home environment; Israel
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