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۱Family power structure and identity styles in delinquent and non–delinquent Adolescents: A Comparative study in Tehran
اطلاعات انتشار: Social Determinants of Health، اول،شماره۳، ۲۰۱۵، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۱۰
Objectives: In this study, we investigate the family power structure and identity style in delinquent and non–delinquent juveniles in Tehran.Methods: To accomplish the goal of the study, 80 adolescent delinquents of the Correction and Rehabilitation Centers aged between 15 and 18 were selected with a convenience sampling method and 80 students of secondary school age between 15 and 18 in Tehran by 2014. They answered the instrument of Family Power Structure (Saidian, 2004) and identity style (ISI–6G: White et al, 1998). Data was analyzed between these two groups using the independent t– test, Chi square test and Levene’s test.Result: The findings indicated there is a significant difference between delinquent and non–delinquent juveniles in family power structure and its subscales (p0.001) and identity style (p0.001). Moreover, the informational identity style associates with lower levels of delinquency. In addition, a diffuse–evident identity style relates to the delinquency.Conclusion: These results emphasize thataninappropriate decision–making process pattern in a family has a significant effect on deviant behavior and identity style in adolescents.So, family power structure can be considered in therapeutic interventions (prevention and treatment) for adolescent delinquency.
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