Patterns of Family Breeding Relationship with the Behavior of Violence at Students of the Secondary Stage

  •  Ibarhim Bajes Maali    


The study aimed at disclosing the relationship of family breeding with the behavior of violence at students of the secondary stage. The sample of study consisted of (311) male and female students had been chosen randomly from the community of study. To achieve the objectives of study, a scale of family breeding styles had been prepared, and have three dimensions, they are: the democratic style, the predominant style and the abandonment style.

Results of study indicated that predominant style came in the first rank, the abandonment style in the second rank, and the democratic in the last rank. Results disclosed the effect of sex for the interest of males in the differences and behavior of violence, and non-existence of differences ascribed to the effect of the grade, and existence of positive connective relationship statistically significant between the behavior of the violence and the predominant style.

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