Cumulative risks for health of adolescent girls and boys: Disconnection from both family and school contexts: Symposium: How to detect youths at risk?

Abstract : In this presentation, concerning adolescents’ health, we want to show the interest to consider both gender and quality of contextual transactions. For this, the presented study aims at examining the links between contextual disconnections, from family and school, and the health of girls and boys, according to the extent and scope of the contextual disconnection and the health outcomes under consideration. Middle school adolescents – 521 girls and 466 boys – participated in this research. Three health measures were used: externalized disorders, internalized disorders, and consumptions. Four groups were constituted: No disconnection, Family or School disconnection (single disconnection), Double disconnection (from both family and school). The results show that a double disconnection increases the risks of health disorders, compared to a single one. The pattern of the links between disconnection groups and the health scores varies depending on the considered gender and health outcomes.
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Nathalie Cartierre. Cumulative risks for health of adolescent girls and boys: Disconnection from both family and school contexts: Symposium: How to detect youths at risk?. 22nd EHPS Conference, European Health Psychology Society (EHPS), Sep 2008, Bath, United Kingdom. pp.44. ⟨hal-01353590⟩

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