Psychology and PsychotechnicsReference:
Self-Relation of Children Who Experience Family Abuse
Abstract.This article is devoted to the family abuse of children as the factor that hinders a child's personal growth. The rationale of the research is caused by the importance of self-relation that is formed at teenager age and acts as the basic condition of a child's future socialization success. Emotional and evaluative components of self-attitude are considered as psychological consequences of physical violence applied to adolescents in the family. This article also examined the attitude of parents to adolescents, analyzed the reasons that prompted parents to use this form of punishment. To study the characteristics of adolescents' self-esteem, the SR R. Pantileev's self-attitude research methodology was used. Parents were offered a questionnaire and C. Osgood Personal Differential Inventory to identify the perception of their children. It has been determined that the negative, disrespectful, emotionally cold attitude of parents is connected with the self-attitude of adolescents, their desire to know themselves. Among the critical consequences of violence are indicated the negative properties of the individual, expressed in low self-esteem, a sense of their own uselessness, uselessness, doubts about their own importance. The relationship between parental attitudes and the components of self-adolescent attitudes has also been identified.
Keywords: self-acceptance, self esteem, reduced interes, personality, self-relation, adolescents, physical abuse, abuse of children, self-deprecation, parental attitude
Article was received:24-12-2018
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