CitationMortimer, Jeylan T. & Shanahan, Michael J. (1994). Adolescent Work Experience and Family Relationships. Work and Occupations, 21, 369-84.
AbstractAccording to Bronfenbrenner (1979, 1986), each individual simultaneously participates in several “microsystems” that influence development, for example, the family, school, peer group, and workplace. Of central concern here is how the increasing prevalence of “youth work” may affect parent-adolescent relationships. The findings of a 3-year study of adolescents (n = 1,000) and their parents (925 mothers, 650 fathers) indicate that youth work has some significant effects on familial relationships. The findings also suggest gender differences in the linkage of youth work and family life.
Reference TypeJournal Article
Journal TitleWork and Occupations
Author(s)Mortimer, Jeylan T.
Shanahan, Michael J.