Parental perception was examined in a total sample of 160 youths between the ages of 13 and 16. The subjects consisted of two groups (40 males and 40 females each) from diverse social conditions: an urban working class community distinguished by a high degree of juvenile delinquency; and a traditional rural village with a low degree of delinquency. The youths were administered individually the TAT paternal and maternal cards (cards 6 and 7 respectively for males and females). The statistical comparison of the relationship with parental figures showed significant differences betWeen the sexes and the tWo groups.

Parental perception and personality development in adolescents from two diverse social groups

MELEDDU, MAURO
1996

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Parental perception was examined in a total sample of 160 youths between the ages of 13 and 16. The subjects consisted of two groups (40 males and 40 females each) from diverse social conditions: an urban working class community distinguished by a high degree of juvenile delinquency; and a traditional rural village with a low degree of delinquency. The youths were administered individually the TAT paternal and maternal cards (cards 6 and 7 respectively for males and females). The statistical comparison of the relationship with parental figures showed significant differences betWeen the sexes and the tWo groups.
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