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ADOLESCENTS’ AGENCY IN INFORMATION MANAGEMENT 31 differed, with differences between all three groups. Adolescents who used this explanation had the lowest scores on parental knowledge and prosocial peers, with adolescents with unknown peers and some other explanation in the middle, and adolescents with known peers having the highest scores on parental knowledge and prosocial peers. Similarly, for “parents retain if needed,” adolescents with unknown friends who suggested their parents could retain authority reported their parents wanted to know the least, with the parents of the other two groups wanting more.

I am afraid to know what my mom would think of that person from just that one detail, even though they may be extremely kind”). Authority and privacy issues. The final group of codes reflected adolescents’ perceptions of parental authority and privacy issues. Two of the codes, privacy and authority-taking and don’t need every detail fit into an emergent theme in which adolescents suggested friendships were an area where they drew boundaries themselves about privacy, suggesting that they deemed themselves the legitimate authority over friendship issues.

Joint processes Although we expected information management to be a joint process between parents and adolescence, we also found evidence that it is a joint process involving peers. ” The “we” suggests that this is a friend or peer, with whom he is comanaging information. If information is comanaged with peers, particularly in deviant peer groups, information management could be a form of deviancy training. Two other adolescents responded “If something was wrong with a friend and they didn’t want me to tell anyone where we were” and “If I’m helping someone that doesn’t want people to know” (respectively).

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