The Influence of Social Capital on Adolescent Substance Use Treatment ParticipationShow full item record
|Title||The Influence of Social Capital on Adolescent Substance Use Treatment Participation|
|Author||Joseph, Elizabeth Dianne|
|Degree||Master of Science|
|Abstract||The current study utilized structural equation modeling to examine the influence of social capital, or family and peer relationships, on adolescents’ substance use treatment participation. In the total sample, the results indicated that family control, family warmth, peer socialization, and peer trouble positively predicted adolescents’ treatment participation. However, differences between predictors emerged within gender, racial, and ethnic groups. The study provided clinical implications for adolescent substance use treatment plan development and treatment engagement. Additionally, the current study provides further evidence on the importance of adolescent relationships within the treatment process.|
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