Nepilnamečių priežiūros institucijos ugdytinių adaptacijos socioedukacinės prielaidos

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Nepilnamečių priežiūros institucijos ugdytinių adaptacijos socioedukacinės prielaidos
Alternative Title:
Socioeducational prerequisites of minor supervision Institution wards’ adaptation
In the Journal:
Socialinis darbas [Social Work]. 2003, Nr. 1 (3), p. 30-40
Delikvencija; Delinkvencija; Elgesio transformacija; Neigiami veiksniai; Priežiūros institucija; Socialinė adaptacija.
Behaviour transformations; Delinquement; Delinquents; Negative factors; Social adaptation; Social adaptation, words institutions, negative factors, behavior transformations; Words institutions.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje analizuojamos nepilnamečių delinkventų socialinę adaptaciją ir socializaciją trikdančios priežastys, tarp kurių svarbus vaidmuo tenka šeimai: jos socioekonominis, kultūrinis bei intelektinis statusas dažnai lemia asmenybės psichosocialinės raidos pokyčius. Įvardijamos vidutinės priežiūros institucijų ugdytinių socialinę adaptaciją trikdančių veiksnių, taip pat ir socioedukacinių socialinės adaptacijos prielaidų kintamosios, numatomos probleminio elgesio nepilnamečių asmenų socializacijos perspektyvos. [Iš leidinio]

ENTransformations of personality behavior are determined by many objectively and subjectively functioning factors: the peculiarities of personality structure, attitudes, the influence of social environment, the tendencies of recognition and following the declared norms and rules, etc. In this country a group of "social deprivation" people has emerged in which the development of personality is under the influence of many additional negative factors which interfere with socialization process. One of additional negative factors is placement of children in different care institutions including the institutions of medium supervision for delinquents. The investigation data have demonstrated that basically from 5-7% to 67-75% of the causes of a minor’s placement in the institution might be considered as delinquent ones, but in the majority of cases a "criminal" biography of a ward is the consequence of social policy changes. Though the majority of supervision institutions' wards consider their placement as fair we may only hypothetically foresee their further socialization development after the corrective-educational period in the institution is over. Bearing in mind that in 75-85% of the cases unfavorable minor’s conditions of psychological development in the family and negatively influencing social environment have been identified, returning of them into former surroundings most often determines continuity of delinquent behavior and complicated socialization development. [From the publication]

1648-4789; 2029-2775
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