Family Socialization Features of the Adolescents Prone to Deviant Behaviors (Gender Aspect)

Aigul R. Gallyamova, Vladimir I. Pavlov, Inna V. Vorobeva, Larisa I. Tararina, Elena E. Sokolova, Elizaveta V. Limarova, Ekaterina I. Sokolova

Abstract


The relevance of the research problem is due to the fact that deviant behavior is becoming increasingly common among adolescents, and the defects of the family socialization are one of the main reasons of this phenomenon. The article seeks to explore the impact of child-parent relationship on the propensity of adolescents toward various kinds of deviant behavior. The leading methods for the study of this problem are the psychological testing and analysis of the statistically processed obtained data. In the course of the empirical research it has been revealed that the adolescents’ propensity toward deviant behavior worsens with emotional coldness, suspicion on the part of their parents, and is attenuated by the parents’ psychological acceptance of their children, friendly attitude to them. The article contents can be useful for developing effective programs to reduce the adolescents’ propensity toward deviant behavior.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n2s3p142


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