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dc.contributor.authorBlažytė, Violeta
dc.contributor.authorRaižienė, Saulė
dc.date.accessioned2019-03-26T11:09:29Z
dc.date.available2019-03-26T11:09:29Z
dc.identifier.issn1392-0340
dc.identifier.urihttps://repository.mruni.eu/handle/007/15717
dc.description.abstractUsing a longitudinal sample this study aim was to compare friendships quality with the best friend and the amout of friends of adolescents who are inclined into delinquent behavior and who are not inclined into delinquent behavior. The sample consisted of 2638 adolescents: 1482 boys (56.18 %) and 1156 girls (43.82 %). Respondents were divided into goups of boys and girls who are inclined into delinquent behavior and who are not inclined into delinquent behavior. Friendship quality was assessed by free J. G. Parker and S. R. Asher (1989) Friendship Quality Questionaire subscales: 1) Validation and Caring scale, 2) Intimate Exchange scale, 3) Conflict and Betrayal scale. Delinquent behavior was assessed by problematical behavior scale evaluation, which was created by the group of project “Political socialization development from the adolescence till the youth: mechanisms of citizens political identity development in Lithuania” researchers according to B. Kracke and M. Held (1994). Amount of adolescents’ intimate friends was assesed by asking respondents to write up to 8 friends names and surnames from the school. Research results show that boys are more inclined into delinquent behavior than girls. Friendships with the best friend of adolescents who are inclined into delinquent behavior are more intimately exchangeable and conflicted then friendships with the best friend of those adolescents who are not inclined into delinquent behavior. Validation and caring level of adolescents, who are inclined into delinquent behavior and who are not inclined into delinquent behavior, friendships do not differ. Furthermore, adolescents who are inclined into delinquent behavior have more friends than adolescents who are not inclined into delinquent behavior. This research shows that friendships of adolescences twho are inclined into delinquent behavior has some similarities and some differences from the friendships of adolescences who are not inclined into delinquent behavior.en
dc.language.isolten
dc.publisherVilnius: Lietuvos edukologijos universitetas, 2014en
dc.rightsinfo:eu-repo/semantics/openAccessen
dc.titlePolinkį į delinkventinį elgesį turinčių ir tokio polinkio neturinčių paauglių draugystės kokybės palyginimasen
dc.title.alternativeFriendship Quality of Adolescents, Who are Inclined and Who are Not Inclined Into Delinquent Behavior, Comparisionen
dc.typeArticleen
dc.description.abstract-ltNaudojant tęstinio tyrimo duomenis, straipsnyje lyginama polinkį į delinkventinį elgesį turinčių ir tokio polinkio neturinčių paauglių draugystės su geriausiu draugu kokybė ir artimų draugų skaičius. Tyrimo rezultatai atskleidė, kad vaikinai yra labiau linkę į delinkventinį elgesį nei merginos. Į delinkventinį elgesį linkusių tiek vaikinų, tiek merginų draugystė su geriausiu draugu yra intymesnė ir pasižymi didesniu konfliktų ir išdavysčių skaičiumi, nei polinkio į delinkventinį elgesį neturinčių paauglių draugystė. Patikimumu ir globa šių dviejų paauglių grupių draugystė nesiskiria. Į delinkventinį elgesį linkę paaugliai turi daugiau artimų draugų, nei tokio polinkio neturintys paaugliai.en
dc.editorial.boardYraen
dc.identifier.alephelaba:3305159en
dc.publication.sourcePedagogika. ISSN 1392-0340, 2014, T. 113, Nr. 1en
dc.subject.facultyPsichologijos institutasen
dc.subject.keywordDelinkventinis elgesysen
dc.subject.keywordPaauglių draugystės kokybėen
dc.subject.keywordArtimų draugų skaičiusen
dc.subject.keywordDelinquent behavioren
dc.subject.keywordAdolescents’ friendship qualityen
dc.subject.keywordAmount of close friendsen
dc.subject.publicationtypeS4en
dc.subject.sciencedirection06S - Psichologijaen


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