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, J. J. (2006): Emerging Adulthood in Europe: A Response to Bynner. Journal of Youth Studies 9(1): 111–123. Arnett J. J. Emerging Adulthood in Europe: A Response to Bynner

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: Tömegkommunikációs Kutatóközpont. NYERGES, Ágnes 1980: Mai fiatalok [Young people today]. Budapest: Kozmosz Könyvek. Mai fiatalok RÁCZ, József 1992: Ifjúsági szubkultúrák [Youth subcultures], in: GAZSÓ, Ferenc

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Youth and Adolescence, 34(3): 245–255. Benson, P. L.–Roehlkepartain, E. C.–Rude, S. P. (2003): Spiritual development in childhood and adolescence: Toward a field of inquiry. Applied Developmental Science , 7(3): 205

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Ahmad, R. - Azim, P. (2010): Youth Population and the Labour Market of Pakistan: A Micro Level Study. Pakistan Economic and Social Review , 48(2): 183–208. Azim P

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that the problem players group (vs. the social players group) reported a significantly lower score on empathy. Similarly, Gentile et al. ( 2011 ) studied a sample of Singaporean youth and demonstrated that the starts group (becoming pathological gamers

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, p. 24). Own Empirical Research of Slovakian Youth’s Religiosity and Its Main Results After a brief description of the discipline itself and the basic directives in empirical studies of religiosity, I would like to

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and the Youth Labour Market Problem: A Report for the OECD . Paris : OECD . Blinova , T. – Markov , V. – Rusanovskiy , V. ( 2015 ): Youth Unemployment in Russia: Models of

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Aassve, A. - Iacovou, M. - Mencarini, L. (2006): Youth Poverty and Transition to Adulthood in Europe. Demographic Research 15(2): 21–50. Mencarini L

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/05/2017. Martin , J. P. , ed. ( 2016 ): Korrupcióérzékelés és médiahasználat a magyar fiatalok körében [Corruption Perception and Media Usage among Hungarian Youth] . Budapest : Transparency International Hungary

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Kristine Rømer Thomsen, Mette Buhl Callesen, Morten Hesse, Timo Lehmann Kvamme, Michael Mulbjerg Pedersen, Mads Uffe Pedersen, and Valerie Voon

); however, so far, these relationships have only been tested in adult, clinical samples. Taken together, urgency has been most consistently associated with problematic substance use among youth. Theories on emotion regulation provide possible explanations

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