Human Behavior in the Social Environment: An Ecological View

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SUBJECT INDEX
Able-ism, 69–72
Abortions, 220–223
Abuse, of elders, 379–380
Accidents: adolescent deaths from, 310–311; varying by occupational groups, 120
Adaptation, 11–14; 20; in the elderly, 383–385
Adaptedness, 11, 20
Adjustment, 20–21; in schools, 101
Administrative groups, 150–151
Adolescence, 278–319; as cultural phenomenon, 281–282; entering teen years, 281–282; normal, 283–286
Adolescent death, 310–315
Adolescent pregnancy and childbearing, 304–310
Adolescent sexual activity, 303–310
Adolescent worries and wonders, 288–297
Adulthood, 320–341; health, 335–339
Aging, 342–388
AIDS, 25–26, 43–45, 48–49; in adolescents, 303–304; and pregnancy, 233; and the workplace, 123–125
AIDS quilt, 57
Alameda County study, 143–144
Alcohol use and abuse, in adolescents, 299–300
American Indian families, 171–172
American Indian networks, 91–92
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), 70
Asian and Pacific Islander networks, 92–95
Asian American families, 172–174
Aspirations (goals), 12 Attachment, quality of, in marital partners, 213–214
Balance theory, 136
Bandura, Albert, theory of, 395–396
Bases of power, 139
The Bell Curve, analysis of, 190–194
Bilingual education, 259–260
Bilingual peoples, 242–245
Biological clocks, 35
Biology, 180–194
Birth cohorts, 199
Black families, 169–171; strengths of, 170–171, 215
Black networks, 87–89
Blacks and the black church, 170–171
Blended families, 164–166
Boarder babies, 232
Bureaucracy, defined, 76
Bureaucratic class differences, 216–217
Bureaucratic model, 75–78
Caesarean birth, 235–236
Capacities, 12
Capitalism, 83–85
Carrier screening, 187
Castro District (San Francisco), 42–45, 46, 51, 56, 72
Catholic church, 89–90
Challenges, 14, 26–27
Chicano, Chicana, 169
Childbearing, in adolescents, 304–310
Childbirth, 233–236; history of, 233–235

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