Teen Parenting Student’s Name Institution of affiliation Date TEEN PARENTING Kearney J. & Bussey K. (2015). The Longitudinal Influence of Self‐Efficacy Communication and Parenting on Spontaneous Adolescent Disclosure. Journal of Research on Adolescence 25(3) 506-523. Aim of the Research This study aims to examine the distinct contributions of a mother adolescent as well as mother-adolescent interaction procedure to disclosure from teens. Despite youth’s perception of maternal attributes together with their interpersonal communication aptitude did not play a part in the perceived openness in communication with mothers as well as adolescent impulsive disclosure to mothers. The reason was that all these were related to the quantity of information that the two parties share. In line with the aim of the research the results seem to be highlighting the significance of certain factors concerning adolescent as well as parent-adolescent based their studies on investigating teen parenting issues have tackled more on the interpersonal relationships between parents and their children. Despite Josephine and Kay tackling the longitudinal influence of parenting communication and self-efficacy on spontaneous disclosure of the adolescents they reiterate that there are still gaps to be explored in the same filed (Kearney & Bussey 2015). The future studies can take full credit if the researchers would focus on the youth’s reporting discrepancies and willingness to be involved in a disclosure that predicts teens as well as parent-child relational effects. Response Concerning this research the conclusion achieved by the researchers is that parental attributes that influence the spontaneous disclosure form adolescents could be following a misguided trend (Kearney & Bussey 2015). The reason is that the interaction between parent and teenager depend on different attributes [...]
You will search and annotate an empirical article concerning "Teen Parenting." First, you should read your article and use the annotation assistance worksheet to take notes. Second, you will construct your annotation. The annotation will consist of the attached following pieces in the instructions document which you have to use to create your annotations. It is recommended that you use the attached annotated assistance worksheet to take notes as you read the articles to complete your annotation. If you answer the questions, you can use the worksheet and notes to complete your annotation. You should use the following formatting guidelines as you construct your annotations: a. 12-point, New Times Roman Font b. Double-spaced c. NO DIRECT QUOTES PERMITTED (i.e., you cannot copy word-for-word from the article into your annotation). d. You need to include in-text citations where appropriate. You should follow APA 6th edition format. Since you should only use your article for information and you provide the full citation as part of your annotation, a reference page is not necessary.