Aggresion of Teenagers in Albania

European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies

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Title Aggresion of Teenagers in Albania
Creator Kruti, Ida
Description In general terms, this study examined the “Aggression of teenagers in Albania”. These are the first result of one empirical national research. The reason that I chose this subject expresses my interests toward the deeper recognition of the teenager as well as some of the main phenomena that accompany individual development. We will analyzing teenagers as humans in the context of Bio-Psycho-Social capacity, which can be performed only by the science of psychology. The idividual development associated with biological changes, vital functions, the teenagers´ relationship between society and family remain an important area of study for many sciences. Numerous adolescents stay in this phase, the more difficulties have to be overcome due to with rapid adjustments of the body changes, the longer will continue the family conflicts or their efforts to position themselves in the society. Adolescence itself is a painful process,where teenagers leaves behind the childhoodperiod and move towards a new path where the individual creates the new identity in the family and society. In this paper we will deal with teenagers’ behaviour as the principal focus of research: The main issues to be addressed in this work are as follows: 1. The concept of aggression an attempt to study it, according to biological, cognitive-behavioural, psychoanalytic theories, etc. 2. Antisocial behaviour and its characteristics. The most risky age groups. 3. The causes of aggression and antisocial behaviour during the adolescence period. 4. Explanation of the concept of adolescence, when it starts in terms of gender comparison, its characteristics, problems and difficulties that occur to selected specific ages. Description and types of interpersonal relations established with the family and social groups. 5. Information about the spread of both phenomena by specifying which of the stages of adolescence is more risked in terms of gender division (girls or boys). Significant statistic about aggression of adolescents girls in our society is problematic. Recognizing the difficulties of inclusion in some specific aspects of this age period and associated phenomena such as aggression the goal of my work is to analyze these phenomena and their social impact. One of the goals my research is to present and describe trends that are noticed currently in the lives of young people in the Albanian society. Special attention is paid to the theoretical analysis and the statistical data in order to identify the tendency of adolescents, with regard to the expression of aggression in the Albanian society. The ful study includes 816 girls and boys and I want to present the first results, that involved 250 students,17 year old. Participants 108 males and 142 females. This study reported a high level of aggression among female and male adolescents. The used test is the Buss- Durkee Hostility Inventory (BDHI, 1957). Castrogiovanni P, Andreani M.F. et al. (1982); Castrogiovanni P., MaremmaniI (1993)” reworked again “Buss and Perry and updated by Buss and Warren (2000)”. This test is the most widely used self-report assessment of aggression ,was used in different populations and cultures, with a purpose to show the level of aggression and to understand how gender influences to different kinds of aggression( Yudofsky, S - Hales, R., 2008 ).
Publisher EUSER
Date 2015-08-30
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Source European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies; Vol 1 No 2 (2015): May-August 2015; 20-26
Language eng

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