Uwarunkowania i społeczne skutki agresji w rodzinie
Determinants and social effects of aggression in family
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A family as the oldest and the most widespread form of the collective life in the world is close to every intelligent and acting pro-socially human being. It is the basis of existence of nations and societies. The family is one of the main socializing institutions in which children learn and internalize gradually basic values and behaviour rules preparing to fulfil important social roles. The family is the place of conveying cultural heritage, and its influence does not stop even after reaching maturity. That is why proper functioning of every family is so important. There are distinguished three following variants of socialization which favour pathologisation of attitudes and components of personality: -“disturbed socialisation”- it is a result of applying inappropriate educational methods, pedagogical negligence, emotional rejection of the child in his early developmental stages, -“demoralisation”- it consists in abandonment of traditional values and insufficiently strong assimilating new values or also rejection of all values, -“subcultural socialisation”- it takes place within the limits outlined by the narrow social group and having subcultural character (e.g. in the family of thieves). In the consequence socialization leads to a conflict of an individual with the wider social community because of the content of norms and patterns assimilated within the given subculture.
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