Paauglių konfliktai su mokytojais.

Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Paauglių konfliktai su mokytojais
Alternative Title:
Adolescents' conflicts with teachers
In the Journal:
Kultūra - Ugdymas - Visuomenė. 2005, Nr. 1, p. 92-96
Paaugliai; Konfliktai; Mokytojai.
Adolescents; Conflicts; Teachers.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje apibrėžiant konfliktiško elgesio turinį išskirta trejopa jo raiška: agresyvus, egresyvus bei regresyvus elgesys. Remiantis šia klasifikacija, aptariami VII – IX klasių mokinių konfliktiško elgesio su mokytojais tyrimo rezultatai: atskleidžiami paauglių agresyvaus, egresyvaus bei regresyvaus elgesio su mokytojais kiekybinės raiškos ypatumai. Straipsnyje taip pat aptariamas išryškėjęs reikšmingas konfliktiško paauglių elgesio su mokytojais priklausomumas nuo paauglio lyties, amžiaus ir mokyklos lokalizacijos. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe article seeks to bring out peculiarities of adolescents’ conflicting action when teachers become their contradictors. The research determined ternary behavior of conflicting pupils: 1) aggressive teachers’ treatment, 2) egressive teachers’ treatment, 3) regressive teachers’ treatment. The investigation was carried out with the 545 pupils under age from 12 to 16 years (7th – 9th grades), learning in urban, regional rural secondary schools in Lithuania. The results of the empirical research show that there are few pupils, who usually controversially act with teachers: aggressive, as well as egressive and regressive teachers’ treatments are appropriate for 10 percent of pupils. It has also been established that only verbal indirect aggressive conflicting is mainly under the influence of gender (male conflicting is more invective). According to analysis data there are differences in conflicting behavior regarding age: the younger pupils (the 7th grade) are more aggressive, as well as egressive and regressive with teacher. Data analysis also reveals that pupils attending urban schools are more verbally aggressive and regressive when they are conflicting with teachers, though pupils learning in rural secondary schools are more egressive. [From the publication]

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