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Home > Arhiva > 2018 > Numar: 3 > Transferring Aggression from Family to Social Life

 Transferring Aggression from Family to Social Life

    by:
  • Gabriel Pricină (University of Craiova, A.I. Cuza St., no. 13, 0727447425, E-mail: gabrielpricina@gmail.com)

The personal development of young people is influenced by a number of factors that have been manifested since the primary socialization period. The paradigm of risk factors provides the opportunity to identify causal relationships between individual or social factors and individual behavior later on. This article results from a field research conducted in 2016. The analytical perspective resulting from the risk factors paradigm reveals that the traumatic experience of aggression learned from an early age influences in a significant manner the child's later behavior. Moreover, the association of this factor, the aggressiveness experience, with other factors such as poverty, the group of friends, dysfunctional family relationships, long-time outside school and family, such as the time spent on the streets or neighborhood, generates a massive risks to social integration of young people. The solutions of the study are focused on adapting and developing the social integration systems of young people in difficult situations, detailing the institutionalized youth categories that are vulnerable to the social challenges generated by the increased competitiveness and lack of support for the harmonious personal development.

Keywords: social integration, risk factors, delinquency, aggressivity, violence