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Young people’s relationships : opportunities and challenges Lauren Alessi, Robyn Munford, Jackie Sanders, William Johnston and Ruth Ballantyne

By: Alessi, Lauren.
Contributor(s): Munford, Robyn | Sanders, Jackie | Johnston, William | Ballantyne, Ruth.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: The Youth Transitions Study (New Zealand): Whāia to huanui kia toa. Technical report.Publisher: Palmerston North, New Zealand : Massey University, 2018Description: electronic document (81 pages) : PDF file.Subject(s): ADOLESCENT RELATIONSHIP ABUSE | ADOLESCENTS | INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS | PROTECTIVE FACTORS | RISK FACTORS | PARENT ADOLESCENT RELATIONSHIP | WELLBEING | YOUNG PEOPLE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website The Youth Transitions Study (New Zealand): Whāia to huanui kia toa. Technical report, no. 29, August 2018Summary: The Youth Transitions Study is a longitudinal study of young people’s transitions to adulthood. These young people faced high levels of risk during childhood and adolescence. The study investigated young people’s transitions and explored the role of services and support networks in these transitions. This report draws on the qualitative interviews and explores one theme that emerged in the data analysis: young people’s relationships. This report first explores the positive and supportive relationships in young people’s lives and the impact on their overall wellbeing and independence. Later, we explore difficult and challenging relationships and the negative coping mechanisms that were provoked by or adopted in response to the trauma and instability young people faced. (From the Introduction). See the website for other publications from this study. Record #6005
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The Youth Transitions Study (New Zealand): Whāia to huanui kia toa. Technical report, no. 29, August 2018

The Youth Transitions Study is a longitudinal study of young people’s transitions to adulthood. These young people faced high levels of risk during childhood and adolescence. The study investigated young people’s transitions and explored the role of services and support
networks in these transitions. This report draws on the qualitative interviews and explores one theme that emerged in the data analysis: young people’s relationships.

This report first explores the positive and supportive relationships in young people’s lives and the impact on their overall wellbeing and independence. Later, we explore difficult and challenging relationships and the negative coping mechanisms that were provoked by or adopted in response to the trauma and instability young people faced. (From the Introduction). See the website for other publications from this study. Record #6005