Authors: Maeve Thornton
James Williams Cherishing All the Children Equally? Ireland 100 Years on from the Easter Rising , chapter 12
, pp. 236-260
Chapter 12 considers the prevalence of anti-social behaviour in the early teenage years in Ireland, the nature of this behaviour and the extent to which anti-social behaviour is associated with socio-economic characteristics of the family, family structure and other factors such as parenting style, the adolescent’s self-esteem and peer influences.
Research Area:Children and Young People Date of Publication: October 12, 2016 Publisher: Oak Tree Press Place of Publication: Cork
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