Веза између конфликата у породици и агресивних симптома код средњошколаца

Нела В. Маринковић, Универзитет у Бањој Луци, Филозофски факултет, имејл: nela.marinkovic@ff.unibl.org
Ивана Т. Зечевић, Универзитет у Бањој Луци, Филозофски факултет
Иновације у настави, XXXII, 2019/3, стр. 51–60

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doi: 10.5937/inovacije1903051M

 

Резиме: Циљ овог рада је био испитати да ли су конфликти у породици предиктор агресивних симптома код адолесцената и дати смјернице за интервенцију и превенцију. Истраживање је реализовано на узорку од хиљаду тридесет шест испитаника/ученика средњих школа (од првог до четвртог разреда) из Бањалуке и Челинца (Босна и Херцеговина). Истраживањем је обухваћен 63,1% испитаника женског пола. У истраживању су кориштени инструменти за процјену доживљаја породичне климе, супскала Конфликти у породици (FCI – Family Climate Inventory; Mihić i sar., 2006) и Упитник за процјену агресивних симптома БОДХ (Dinić i sar., 2014). У истраживању је провјеравана хипотеза да ли је постојање конфликата у породици предиктор агресивних симптома код адолесцената. Добијени налази истраживања су потврдили хипотезу да су конфликти у породици статистички значајни предиктори: бијеса ((F (1,1034)=73,81, p<0.000; R2=0.067), осветољубивости (F (1,1034)=24,18, p<0.000; R2=0.023), доминације (F (1,1034)=63,55, p<0.000; R2=0.058) и хостилности (F (1,1034)=49,94, p<0.000; R2=0.046). О резултатима истраживања се дискутовало у контексту важности информација за породични и васпитно-образовни контекст, са импликацијама за интервенцију и превенцију.

Кључне ријечи: агресивни симптоми, конфликти у породици, адолесценција, интервенција, превенција.

 

Summary: The goal of this paper is to examine whether family conflicts can predict aggression symptoms in adolescents and to provide guidance for intervention and prevention. The research was conducted on a sample of 1036 respondents/high school students (grades 1-4) from Banja Luka and Čelinac (Bosnia and Herzegovina). The 61.3% of the respondents were female. Instruments for assessing the family climate experience were used in the research, the Family Conflict subscale (FCI – Family Climate Inventory; Mihić et al. 2006), as well as the Questionnare for Assessing Agression Symptoms – BODTH (Dinić et al., 2014). The research tested the hypothesis that family conflicts can predit aggression in adolescents. The findings confirmed the hypothesis that family conflict is a statistically significant prediction method for: anger ((F (1,1034)=73,81, p<0.000; R2=0.067), vindictiveness (F (1,1034)=24,18, p<0.000; R2=0.023), domination (F (1,1034)=63,55, p<0.000; R2=0.058) and hostility (F (1,1034)=49,94, p<0.000; R2=0.046). The obtained results were discussed in relation to the importance of information in a family and educational context, with implications for intervention and prevention.

Keywords: aggression symptoms, family conflict, adolescence, intervention, prevention.

 

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