FAMILY RISK FACTORS AS INDICATORS OF BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS WITH YOUTH

Ranko KOVACHEVIKJ, Meliha BIJEDIKJ, Lejla KURALIKJ-KJISHIKJ, Edin MUFTIKJ

Abstract


РИЗИЧНИ ФАКТОРИ ВО СЕМЕЈСТВОТО КАКО ИНДИКАТОРИ ЗА ПРОБЛЕМАТИЧНОTO ОДНЕСУВАЊЕ
НА МЛАДИТЕ

Ранко КОВАЧЕВИЌ,
Мелиха БИЈЕДИЌ,
Лејла КУРАЛИЌ-ЌИШИЌ,
Един МУФТИЌ

Едукациско-рехабилитациски факултет, Универзитет во Тузла

 

FAMILY RISK FACTORS
AS INDICATORS OF
BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS
WITH YOUTH

Ranko KOVACHEVIKJ,
Meliha BIJEDIKJ,
Lejla KURALIKJ-KJISHIKJ,
Edin MUFTIKJ

Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation, 
University in Tuzla

 

Примено: 27. 04. 2009
Прифатено: 12. 06. 2009
UDK: 159.922.7-053-6
37.035

 

 

Received: 27. 04. 2009
Accepted: 12. 06. 2009
Original article

Резиме

 

Abstract

Во овој проект е истражувано дали ризич­ни­те фактори во семејството имаат ин­ди­ка­тор­на сила во опишувањето на проб­ле­ма­тич­но­то однесување на младите. Ризичните фак­то­ри во семејството, како што се семејните не­сог­ласувања и конфликти, се најголем по­ка­за­тел за проблематичното однесување на мла­дите. Превентивните мерки и третмани мо­­ра да бидат зајакнати и насочени кон мла­ди­те кои живеаат во ризични семејства.

 

This project researches whether risk factors within family have any predictive power in describing youth behavioural problems. Family risk factors such as family functioning problems and conflicts within family have the strongest predictive power. Preventive actions and treatment must be directed toward the youth living in risky families.

 

 

 

Клучни зборови:проблематично одне­су­ва­ње, ризичен фактор и семејство.

 

Key words:behavioural problems, risk factors, family.

 


Адреса за кореспонденција:

 

Coresponding Address:

Ранко КОВАЧЕВИЌ

 

Ranko KOVACHEVIKJ

Едукациско-рехабилитациски факултет
Универзитетска 1
75 000 Тузла
Тел. ++387 35 320-678 
Република Босна и Херцеговина
e-mail: ranko_74@hotmail.com

 

Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation
Univerzitetska 1
75 000 Tuzla 
Теl. ++387 35 320-678 
Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina 
e-mail: ranko_74@hotmail.com


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