Dayton EDC 568 - Reaction to Romance Adolescent Female Depression (31 pages)

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Edc 568 - Research and Evaluation in Human Services
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Reaction to Romance Reaction to Romance Adolescent Female Depression Reaction to Romance Adolescent Female Depression Scholarly Project of Excellence Submitted to The School of Education and Allied Professions of the UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for The Degree Master of Science in Community Counseling By Detra Wilson April 23 2008 1 Reaction to Romance 2 APPROVED BY Dr Scott Hall Ph D LPCC Reaction to Romance Table of Contents Title Page 1 Signature Page 2 Table of Contents 3 Abstract 4 Chapter I Introduction 6 Statement of the Problem Purpose of the Study Chapter II Literature Review 9 Introduction Adolescent Relationship Conceptualization Significance of Adolescent Relationships Adolescent Female Stressors and Depression Conflict and Coping Styles Chapter III Methodology 21 Research Question and Hypotheses Research Design Sample Instrument Data Collection Data Analysis Limitations Hopeful Timeline 3 Reaction to Romance Chapter IV Results 27 Chapter V Conclusion 28 References Appendices Appendix A Informed Consent Form 4 Reaction to Romance 5 Abstract This study examines the differences in levels of depression when female adolescents are involved in romantic relationships and when they are not Furthermore it will assess the ways in which they deal with conflict and provide subjects with tools to handle conflict more effectively After a period of three to six months the same participants will be given the same tests again to compare results The results will be included in this abstract after completion of the study Reaction to Romance 6 Chapter I Introduction Adolescent females seem to be mesmerized by the romantic idealism of falling in love Even though the act of falling in love is difficult to define most teenagers appear to understand it LaGreca and Mackey 2007 define a romantic partner as someone you are physically attracted to have had intimate contact with you consider to be more than a friend and go out on dates with 524



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