Vybrané koreláty uplatňovaných výchovných stylů a sebehodnocení děti s poruchami chování a emocí

Title in English Correlation of parenting styles and self-esteem of children with behavioral and emotional disorders


Year of publication 2014
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Description The aim of this study looks into the connections of self-esteem of children with behavioral and emotional disorders and the parenting styles of families in which they are brought up. The theoretical part describes the topic of behavioral disorders and developmental tasks in the adolescence. Also, the topic of family upbringing, its malfunctions and current trends are elaborated on, as well as the aspects of self-esteem, its sources and malfunctions. The research part analyses the relations between parenting styles, more precisely the emotional attitude of the parent and the educational direction, and the self-esteem of the child. Using quantitative methods, the research has been carried out via a survey with Rosengerg Self-esteem Scale and the Questionnaire to find out the educational style in the family, from Čáp and Boschek. The survey took place in various educational institutes for children with behavioral disorders, comprehending responses from 88 adolescents aged from 12 to 18. The results indicate that the children with behavioral disorders reach lower levels of self-esteem, compared to the rest of the population. Also, we proved the connection between the perceived educational style and the level of self-esteem. The possible reasons for such findings are discussed.
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