Health and well-being
Monitoring and Supervision in 'Ordinary' Families
Subtitle:The views and experiences of young people aged 11 to 16 and their parents
Stephanie Stace and Debi Roker
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Based on over 100 interviews with young people aged 11 to 16 and their parents, this study looks at how monitoring and supervision are handled in ordinary families, including: how parents obtain information about what their children are doingthe areas that parents monitor, such as social life, friendships, school, use of media and technology, and healththe role of the wider support network in assisting with monitoring factors that influence monitoring, including family structure, parental employment, religious beliefs, age and gender.
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