Μελέτη βίαιων συμπεριφορών στο σχολικό χώρο από μαθητές της δευτεροβάθμιας εκπαίδευσης στο δήμο Ηρακλείου και η σχέση της με την ενδογονεϊκή βία.
Study of violent behaviours in the school area from students of secondary education in the municipality of Heraklion and their relation with interparental violence.
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Σκοπός της παρούσας μελέτης είναι να διερευνηθεί κατά πόσο η ύπαρξη ενδογονεϊκής βίας στο οικογενειακό περιβάλλον σχετίζεται ή όχι με την εκδήλωση βίαιων συμπεριφορών (λεκτική, συναισθηματική, σωματική κ.α) στην κοινωνία των εφήβων στο σχολικό χώρο. Ένας ακόμα παράγοντας προς μελέτη είναι κατά πόσο ο σημερινός τρόπος ζωής των εφήβων συμβάλλει είτε στην υποδοχή είτε στην άσκηση επιθετικής συμπεριφοράς.The aim of the present study is to investigate whether and to what extent the existence of interparental violence in the familiar environment is related or not with the event of violent behaviours (verbal, emotional, physical) in the society of adolescents in the school area. One more factor to study is how much adolescents’ current lifestyle contributes either to the reception or to use of aggressive behaviour. The total number of questionnaires that was collected amounted to three hundred. Our research was based on students of Secondary Education, at the age of twelve to eighteen years. The field of our research was two urban regions, the Municipality of Heraklion, Crete and the Municipality of Bolos and a semi-urban region, the Municipality of Marathon, Attica, that constitute the places of origin of the researchers. The adolescents answered to structured closed type questionnaires which contained the following scales: the scale of “lifestyle of adolescents” (Glendininning, Hendry, Shucksmith, 1995), b) the scale of “interparental violence” (Tzamalouka et al., 2006), g) the scale of “reception of aggressive behaviour in the school” (Baldry, 2003), d) the scale of “practise of aggressive behaviour in the school” (Baldry, 2003). According to the results of the present research, adolescents who experience incidents of physical violence from their mother to their father, practise aggressive behaviour in the school area. Certain other factors, which contribute to the practise of adolescents’ aggressive behaviour, are the low school records and the way of entertainment. With regard to the reception of aggressive behaviour the experience of incidents of physical violence plays the same role if it takes place from the father to the mother or from the mother to the father. Moreover the feeling of insecurity in the school area, the musical pastime and the low school records are connected with the reception of aggressive behaviour in adolescents who are students in the school from their schoolmates. Adolescents who become witnesses of incidents of physical violence between their parents appear to be extremely influenced both the practise and the reception of aggressive behaviour. It is remarkable though that those who experience incidents of natural violence from their mother to their father are those who actually become aggressive in the area of school and very probably in the wider social frame.