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Biological aspects of the development and self-concept in adolescents living in single-parent families.

Veček, Andrea and Vidović, Vesna and Miličić, Jasna and Špoljar-Vržina, Sanja and Veček, Nenad and Arch-Veček, Branka (2009) Biological aspects of the development and self-concept in adolescents living in single-parent families. Collegium antropologicum, 33 (3). pp. 873-877. ISSN 0350-6134

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    Croatian abstract

    BIOLOŠKI ASPEKTI RAZVOJA I SAMOPOIMANJE ADOLESCENATA U JEDNORODITELJSKIM OBITELJIMA ----- U ovom radu istraživali smo da li postoje razlike između adolescenata koji rastu u jednoroditeljskim obiteljima i onima iz cjelovitih obitelji. Naši rezultati pokazuju da u fizičkom razvoju nema razlike između adolescenata iz cjelovitih i adolescenata iz jednoroditeljskih obitelji. U psihičkom razvoju izraženom kroz samopoimanje nismo našli veće razlike između dvije skupine osim u samopoimanju morala u adolescenata iz jednoroditeljskih obitelji. Adolescenti koji rastu u jednoroditeljskim obiteljima imaju slabiju sliku o sebi u moralnom smislu. Iz toga možemo zaključiti da fizički razvoj i pozitivno samopoimanje (pozitivna slika o sebi) te zdravi psihički razvoj ne zavisi toliko o bračnom statusu roditelja već o nizu kompleksnih osobina roditelja i njihovom odnosu prema djetetu bili oni u braku ili ne. Za dječji razvoj najbolji je zdravi roditeljski brak.

    English abstract

    In this study we investigate whether there are differences between adolescents who grow up in single-parent families and those who grow up in nucleus families. We have decided that there are no differences in the physical development between the adolescents who are growing up in single parent families and those growing up in nucleus families. There is no difference in the self-concept between these two groups, except in the ethical and moral self-image of adolescents living with one parent. Adolescents living in single-parent families have a weaker moral self-image. It can thus be concluded that physical development and positive self-concept (a favorable image of oneself) in adolescents do not depend on whether an adolescent is growing up in a single-parent or a nucleus family, but on the different characteristics of parents and their relationship with children, whether they are married or not. For the children development the best is healthy marriage of their parents.

    Item Type: Article
    Divisions: Katedra za psihijatriju i psihološku medicinu
    Depositing User: Marijan Šember
    Status: Published
    Creators:
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    Veček, Andrea
    Vidović, Vesna
    Miličić, Jasna
    Špoljar-Vržina, Sanja
    Veček, Nenad
    Arch-Veček, Branka
    Date: September 2009
    Date Deposited: 17 Nov 2009
    Last Modified: 23 Sep 2011 18:11
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      URI: http://medlib.mef.hr/id/eprint/691

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