‘Spread your wings and fly’: The course of well-being and substance use during the transition to young adulthood

Social change and adolescent development : issues and challenges / Lisa J. Crockett and Rainer K. Silbereisen — Surmounting life's disadvantage / Glen H. Elder Jr. and Stephen T. Russell — Marriage and the baby carriage : historical change and intergenerational continuity in early parenthood / Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Sara Schley, and Janet Hardy — Effects of social change on individual development : the role of social and personal factors and the timing of events / Gisela Trommsdorff — The global spread of adolescent culture / Alice Schlegel — Social change and the sequencing of developmental transitions / John Bynner — German unification and adolescents' developmental timetables : continuities and discontinuities / Rainer K. Silbereisen — Adolescents in changing social structures : bounded agency in life course perspective / Michael J. Shanahan and Kathryn E. Hood — Adolescent peer relations in times of social change / Peter Noack — Life course dynamics and the development of new relations between generations / Hans Bertram — A neighborhood-level perspective on social change and the social control of adolescent delinquency / Robert J. Sampson — Social change and the “social contract” in adolescent development / Constance A. Flanagan — The role of economic pressure in the lives of parents and their adolescents : the family stress model / Katherine J. Conger, Martha A. Rueter, and Rand D. Conger — “Spread your wings and fly” : the course of well-being and substance use during the transition to young adulthood / John Schulenberg … [et al.] — What is a cohort and why? – an old question revisited / Klaus Boehnke — Research, intervention, and social change : improving adolescents' career opportunities / Stephen F. Hamilton and Mary Agnes Hamilton — Preparing adolescents for social change : designing generic social interventions / Ruby Takanishi — Adolescents in the 21st century : preparing for an uncertain future / Anne C. Petersen.