Hope in context: Developmental profiles of trust, hopeful future expectations, and civic engagement across adolescence

Johnson, Sara K.
Callina, K. S.
Buckingham, M. B.,
Lerner, Richard M.
2014

Hopeful expectations for the future have been shown to play an important role in the positive development of youth, including youth contributions to society. Although theory and some research suggest that familial socialization may influence future-oriented cognitions, little work has focused on the possible interrelation of parent–child relationships and the development of hope, particularly duri... read more

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Tufts Published Scholarship
Subjects
Service learning.
Young volunteers in social service.
Young volunteers in community development.
Developmental psychology.
Hope.
Trust.
Parent and child--Psychological aspects.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/009789
Original publication
Callina, K. S., Johnson, S.K., Buckingham, M. B., & Lerner, R. M. (2014). Hope in context: Developmental profiles of trust, hopeful future expectations, and civic engagement across adolescence. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 43(6), 869-883.
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