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These conflicts help to prepare the young person for a life independent from the parent and for the necessary separation which this entails. Furthermore, as Durkin points out, conflict occurs in all close relationships, whatever the age of the participants, and, statistically, is much more frequent in families with very young children. Shantz and Hartup (1992) provide a good review of the literature and set N O R M A L D E V E L O P M E N T IN A D O L E S C E N C E 15 adolescent conflict in context, suggesting: 'Conflicts, defined as oppositional interactions, are seen as natural interpersonal sequelae of shifts in role expectations associated with age-graded transitions and maturational changes' (Shantz and Hartup, 1992, p.