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Autori: Šimić Šašić, Slavica i Klarin, Mira
Naslov: Social interactions as self‐esteem predictors in young boys and girls of two countries
Knjiga: 20th Psychology Days in Zadar - Book of Selected Proceedings
Urednik/ci: Burić, Irena
Izdavač: University of Zadar, Department of Psychology
Grad: Zadar
Godina: 2017
Raspon stranica:: 235-246
ISBN: 978-953-331-175-3
Ključne riječi: self‐esteem, parental behavior (acceptance, rejection, control), quality of friendship, teacher interaction (influence, proximity), gender, country
Sažetak:
Relationships with significant others represent an important source of self‐esteem of young people. A positive relationship with parents, peers and teachers is related to higher self‐ esteem. This research aimed to establish the relative contribution of mother and father behaviors, friendship quality, and teacher interaction in explaining student self‐esteem considering their gender and belonging country (Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina). The research was conducted on students in Croatia (N=189) and B&H (N=292) with the average age of 13.4 years. Even though there were no significant differences in the self‐ esteem of boys and girls and students in both countries, there were significant differences in the perception of social interaction quality. Boys experience relationships of lower quality with parents and friends, while students in B&H report lower quality of their relationship with parents but more closeness to their teacher. The less pupils experience parental rejection and control and the more they experience parental acceptance and closeness in teacher interaction, their self‐esteem is higher. Mother’s behaviors have the greatest individual contribution to explaining the variance of self‐esteem, followed by the father’s and teacher’s behavior, while friendship quality has no significant contribution to explaining pupil self‐esteem. The only significant predictor in the last step of the analysis was teacher closeness. Together, this set of predictors explains 19% of the variance of studentl self‐esteem. The mother’s behavior is the most important socialization factor in explaining adolescent self‐esteem.
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Ostalo
Znanstvena područja:
Psihologija
Puni text rada: 923930.Social_interactions_as_selfesteem_predictors_in_young_boys_and_girls_of_two_countries.pdf (tekst priložen 12. Vel. 2018. u 16:13 sati)
Upisao u CROSBI: Slavica Šimić Šašić (slsasic@unizd.hr), 6. Vel. 2018. u 16:37 sati