Pares Sócio-Normativos e Condutas Desviantes: Testagem de um Modelo Teórico em Diferentes Contextos Sócio-Educacionais Brasileiros

Formiga, Nilton S.
June 2011
Revista de Psicologia GEPU;jun2011, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p79
Academic Journal
There are innumerable explanations about behavioral conducts manifestation among teens however it still believes that the control institutions have been highlight as a protection factor for youth diversion. The present study has as a main to evaluate people influence that comprise the institutions of control like family and school - here attributed like social-normative pairs - parents and teacher - about teens' behavioral conducts from different social contexts. Three teens, men and women's samples from a public school and a private one and in different cities have answered the affiliation questionnaire with social-normative pairs and behavioral conducts. Inside the program AMOS GRAFICS 7.0, engendered the hypothetical model test and its result has indicated a negative association of the social-normative pairs with the behavioral conducts which confirm the family power like the father and the mother's figure - and the school power - like the teacher's figure - like an inhibition factor of the delinquency in between conducts.


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