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Peculiarities of Interpersonal Conflicts that Result from Deviant Behavior of Teenagers
Abstract.The subject of the research is the definition of conflict,in particular, the main peculiarities of the conflict that arise in social groups. The authors of the article have analyzed specific features of interpersonal conflicts that may happen in a social group and give a brief description of school students with deviant behavior as well as describe causes of interpersonal conflicts faced by teenagers. The authors have also carried out an empirical research of conflicts with deviant teenagers and have analyzed particular patterns of interpersonal relationships and behavior in a group of children who have never demonstrated deviant behavior, and in a group of children who have demonstrated deviant behavior. In this article the authors give a detailed description of the diagnostics process based on the Deviant Behavior Inventory of A. Oryol. Based on the results of the research, the authors state that school children who demonstrate deviant behavior do not have an adequate conflict pattern and have undeveloped skills of compromise and cooperation. At the same time, the authors discover that a conflict pattern of a teenager is mostly conditioned by his or her position within a social group, sociometric status and leadership skills.
Keywords: group, gender distribution, sociometric study, Delinquent behavior, Self-destructive behavior, addictive behaviour, deviant behavior, interpersonal conflict, conflict, leadership potential
Article was received:28-12-2018
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .