TITLE

ANÁLISIS DE LAS VARIABLES QUE INFLUYEN EN LA ADAPTACIÓN Y SOCIALIZACIÓN: EL COMPORTAMIENTO AGRESIVO EN LA ADOLESCENCIA

AUTHOR(S)
Pelegrín Muñoz, Antonia; J. Garcés de Los Fayos Ruiz, Enrique
PUB. DATE
December 2009
SOURCE
Ansiedad y Estrés;Dec2009, Vol. 15 Issue 2/3, p131
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Because the consequences of aggression can be very serious, in this work we have analysed the influence of different personal, social, educational and family related variables on the development of deviant and aggressive behaviors among adolescents. Based on a sample of 1.800 participants, we analysed whether there were gender and age differences in these variables. The group of boys obtained higher scores on school and social maladjustment, and antisocial and criminal behavior. In addition, they received a more protective education on behalf of their mothers. The group of girls reported greater family dissatisfaction and a more restrictive education. From the age of 13, teenagers report higher personal, school and social life maladjustment. They receive a more restricted and less personalized and permissive educational style from their parents. This educational style may increase the risk of aggressive, antisocial and criminal behaviour in teenagers.
ACCESSION #
47357193

 

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