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Abstract What information vì young adults convey khổng lồ their parents about their dating partners and their dating relationships? How, in turn, bởi vì parents behave sầu toward their children on the basis of such information? Further, how bởi parents" actions affect the subsequent course of those relationships? These questions were addressed in a four-month longitudinal study of 159 college students. During the fall, information was obtained from respondents on their feelings of closeness khổng lồ their parents, their stage of relationship involvement with their dating partner, và the extent & nature of their own & their parents" attempts lớn influence each others" thinking about their dating relationships. Approximately four months later, participants were again contacted to determine their màn chơi of involvement in their dating relationships. Results indicate that young adults monitor the information they provide their parents about their dating relationships và that the more committed the young adult is to the relationship, the more likely he or she is to lớn inform the parents of the relationship và to try to influence their opinion of it. Parents, in turn, are more likely lớn support relationships in which their offspring are highly involved. However, the amount of support provided by parents did not predict change in the stage of premarital relationship involvement. These findings are discussed from a systems perspective that suggests the importance of viewing young adults" relationship development not only within a context of interpersonal influence but also in light of the young adults" socialization history.

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