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Comunicación y conflicto familiar durante la adolescencia


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Título alternativo: Family communication and conflict during adolescence
Author: Parra Jiménez, Águeda
Oliva Delgado, Alfredo
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Psicología Evolutiva y de la Educación
Date: 2002
Published in: Anales de Psicología, 18(2), 215-231
Document type: Article
Abstract: El principal objetivo de esta investigación fue estudiar los patrones de comunicación y conflicto familiar durante la adolescencia. Una muestra de 221 chicos y 292 chicas de edades comprendidas entre 13 y 19 años completaron un cuestionario que incl...
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The aim of this paper is to study the pattern of family communication and conflict during adolescence. A sample of 221 boys and 292 girls aged between 13 and 19, were surveyed about frequency of communication with both parents, frequency of conflicts, emotional intensity of these conflicts and their functional autonomy. The article presents some interesting results. On the one hand it reflects a less negative and less conflictive image of adolescence, due adolescents stating that they do not argue with their parents frequently. On the other hand, our results show important gender differences: girls talk more with their parents, have less arguments with them and are less autonomous than boys. Through adolescence, frequency of family conflict decreases slightly, and family communication increases, mainly for girls. Finally, our results identify an interesting relationship between frequency of conflict and emotional intensity.
Cite: Parra Jiménez, Á. y Oliva Delgado, A. (2002). Comunicación y conflicto familiar durante la adolescencia. Anales de Psicología, 18 (2), 215-231.
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