OSOBINE LIČNOSTI, NAČINI KAŽNJAVANJA I ŠKOLSKA NEDISCIPLINA

  • Ilija Milovanović Odsek za psihologiju, Filozofski fakultet, Univerzitet u Novom Sadu
  • Jasmina Pekić Odsek za psihologiju, Filozofski fakultet, Univerzitet u Novom Sadu
  • Jasmina Kodžopeljić Odsek za psihologiju, Filozofski fakultet, Univerzitet u Novom Sadu

Apstrakt

Cilj istraživanja prezentovanog u ovom radu usmeren je ka ispitivanju medijacijske uloge osobina ličnosti u relaciji između različitih načina kažnjavanja u porodici i neadekvatnog načina ponašanja u školi. Uzorak je činilo 479 učenika i učenica srednjih škola sa teritorije Srbije. Od ukupnog broja ispitanika 63.5% bilo je ženskog pola, a prosečna starost ispitanika iznosila je 16.76 godina. Osobine ličnosti učenika operacionalizovane su preko dimenzija skraćene verzije upitnika Velikih pet plus dva (VP+2-70), a načini kažnjavanja u porodici mereni su upitnikom Skale kažnjavanja u vaspitanju (SKV). Konstrukt školske nediscipline operacionalizovan je kao jedinstven skor na Skali školske nediscipline (ŠN). Rezultati istraživanja sugerišu postojanje medijacione uloge pojedinih osobina ličnosti između načina kažnjavanja u porodici i školske nediscipline, pri čemu je medijacija osobina ličnosti parcijalnog tipa. Uloga Negativne valence značajna je u relaciji između svih načina kažnjavanja u porodici, izuzev fizičkog, i školske nediscipline, dok Agresivnost ostvaruje značajan efekat u relaciji između verbalnog i separacionog kažnjavanja kao prediktora, i školske nediscipline kao kriterijuma.

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