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An intersectional view on violence-resilience of adolescents

Prof. Wassilis Kassis

The findings are based on a questionnaire study conducted in 2008 in Germany in the framework of an empirical project. 776 adolescents of 24 secondary school classes participated. By discriminant analysis we identify the predictors that characterize best the differences among the physical violent and non-violent adolescents. The study objective is to identify predictors which encourage a violence-free development at school even under difficult family socialisation conditions. Our results confirm first the assumption that violence socialization occurs at the cross section of family, school, peer relationships, and is of course combined with societal models of dominance. However, up to now little has been known about modeling the 'rules of connection' among the various aspects of violence socialization under intersectional view.

Recorded: October 2009, Dubrovnik - Cavtat, Croatia.
Coping & Resilience International Conference

Organiser: The Brisbane Institute of Strengths Based Practice

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Prof. Wassilis Kassis

Professor Department of Education, University Osnabrueck, Germany

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