PARENTAL ATTITUDES OF MOTHERS LIVING IN FAMILIES WITH/WITHOUT THE PROBLEM OF AGGRESSION AND VIOLENCE

Małgorzata Przybysz - Zaremba

Abstract


The text is based on its empirical foundations; it concerns the parental attitudes assumed by mothers living in families with the problem of aggression and violence and these that do not experience such a problem. The research was conducted among 710 women bringing up children of different ages. The aim of the study was to answer the following question: What parental attitudes towards children are taken by the mothers living in families where there is a problem of aggression and violence, or lack thereof ?. The study used two tools: the scale of family attitudes according to Maria Braun-Gałkowska and the questionnaire of own authorship. The data elements used to develop the obtained results were, among others, Chi² test and Vxy-Cramer coefficients.

 

 


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parental attitudes; aggression; violence; family

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17770/sie2019vol3.3687

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