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2014 | April-June | Issue2
Case Report
The Effect of Parental Communication on the Belief System of Teenage Girls: A Case Study
Swati Shiradkar
Author Affiliation
Swati Shiradkar : MGM Medical College, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India

10.5005/jp-journals-10036-1015

ABSTRACT

Healthy development during adolescent age is very important. The major issue is experimentation to understand the base of thinking direction of this age group. The questions were given to participants in a workshop. The answers analyzed. Total 48 female students between age group 14 and 16 responded. Fifty percent wanted economical independence but 30% have it. Majority of those who wanted this independence felt that friendship between boys and girls is necessary and they found communication with parents difficult, shared feelings with friends. Improvement in communication between children and parents will help in solving issues about irresponsible behavior of the children.

Keywords: Economical independence, Behavior of teenagers, Communication.

How to cite this article: Shiradkar S. The Effect of Parental Communication on the Belief System of Teenage Girls: A Case Study. MGM J Med Sci 2014;1(2):95-98.

Source of support: Nil

Conflict of interest: None declared

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