Adolescents' reference groups in the school situation
Most researchers who have studied the relationship between the adolescent, his parents and his peers have cast parents and peers as mutually exclusive forces - to follow one is automatically to reject the other. These researchers have turned up inconsistent findings, some finding the adolescent's conformity to his peers so great that they write of a separate youth culture, while others have found that the adolescent is still very much under the thumb of his parents.
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