VPLYV ZAPAMÄTANÉHO RODIČOVSKÉHO SPRÁVANIA NA VNÍMANÉ BEZPEČIE
Influence of retrospective parental rearing on perceived safety
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The main objective of the presented study was to determine whether there is a relationship between selected variables of perceived safety /fear of crime/ (perceived risk, perceived sense of security and preventive behaviour), 3 types of retrospective parental behaviour and self-efficacy. We were interested also whether there are differences in remembered parental behaviour by the respondents who have experienced some kind of victimization and those who have no experience with crime. The research sample represented 265 university students (including 83 men and 182 women) with different study focus of an average age of about 22 years. The results show that if respondents perceived their parents as controlling and protective, they showed more preventive behaviour, and the greater sense of perceived risk. The results showed that respondents who had experience with some kind of victimization, perceived parental behaviour as less unfavourable, more emotionally warm and less hyper-protective compared with those who did not have direct experience with some kind of crime. The self-efficacy of these groups did not differ significantly.
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