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Rean Artur A. (2015). Risk factors of deviant behaviour in the family context. National Psychological Journal. 4, 105-110.

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of development and purposeful formation of the personality relations system. Deformations in the individual system of social relations can be caused by a number
of factors, which include those associated with social institutions such as family and school. The paper emphasizes the determination of anti-social behaviour of juveniles
is prioritized by the family of psychosocial strain. An important mechanism of family influence on the development of social deviancy and antisocial behaviour is the
emotional neglect of a child, «non-value» attitude. The so-called apathetic or ignoring type of upbringing is most strongly associated with subsequent delinquency. The
lack of parental supervision is considered to be more important in delinquency than the adverse socio-economic status. The most important mechanism of negative family
influence on the personality development is family socialization on the deviant type. Antisocial values, norms and patterns of behaviour might be acquired through learning
and imitation mechanism, if the values and norms are dominant in the family. Adolescent’s representations of the reprimand of the family, parents, involved in adolescent’s
behaviour, encourage negative attitudes, reduces the likelihood of further manifestations . If a child has built a negative relationship with one or both parents, if the
development of positive self-esteem and I-concept are not supported in the parental estimates, the probability of illegal behaviour increases significantly.</p><p>
The central place in the system of child and adolescent relations belongs to the mother. Th research shows that the decrease in positive attitudes towards the mother,
increasing the negative descriptors in depicting the mother correlates with overall negativism toward all social relations of the individual.</p>";s:4:"TYPE";s:4:"HTML";}

Received: 11/27/2015

Accepted: 12/10/2015

Pages: 105-110

DOI: 10.11621/npj.2015.0410

Keywords: aggression; antisocial behaviour; deviance; delinquency; family strain; the personality relationship; attribution error; family; socialization; social attitudes;

By: Rean, Artur A.;

Available Online: 12/31/2015

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