2017
DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01246
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Parenting Styles, Prosocial, and Aggressive Behavior: The Role of Emotions in Offender and Non-offender Adolescents

Abstract: The aim is to analyse the parenting styles effects (acceptance, negative control and negligence) on prosociality and aggressive behavior in adolescents through the mediator variables empathy and emotional instability, and also, if this model fits to the same extent when we study adolescents institutionalized due to problems with the law and adolescents from the general population, and at the same time, if the values of the different analyzed variables are similar in both groups of adolescents. We carried out a… Show more

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“…Sixth, future research could explore the unexpected result that students from higher SES backgrounds bully more than students from lower SES backgrounds when the quality of relationships in schools is held constant. One possible explanation is that higher SES students are raised to be more competitive than lower SES students, which can in turn lead to more stress and aggression (Hamid and Shah 2016;Llorca et al 2017). Both emotions have been linked to more bullying behavior (Dietrich and Zimmermann 2019;Kampoli et al 2017).…”
Section: Limitations and Future Research Directionsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Sixth, future research could explore the unexpected result that students from higher SES backgrounds bully more than students from lower SES backgrounds when the quality of relationships in schools is held constant. One possible explanation is that higher SES students are raised to be more competitive than lower SES students, which can in turn lead to more stress and aggression (Hamid and Shah 2016;Llorca et al 2017). Both emotions have been linked to more bullying behavior (Dietrich and Zimmermann 2019;Kampoli et al 2017).…”
Section: Limitations and Future Research Directionsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Two important dimensions of parenting styles, warmth (or support) and control have been fully studied by developmental scholars (Maccoby and Martin, 1983; Baumrind, 1991; Carlo et al, 2010b). The quality of parenting styles vary according to differences in the levels of parental warmth and affection, and parental control, in reference to the granting of autonomy, and both of these constructs are associated with child and adolescent development and well-being (Broderick and Blewitt, 2003; Llorca et al, 2017b).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Prosocial variables is affected by other factors that are not included in this study, for example self-efficacy (Caprara & Steca, 2005) and also the concept of self (Ingles, Martinez-Gonzalez, Garcia-Fernandez, Torregrosa, & Ruiz-Esteban, 2012). In addition, factors that affect someone who behaves prosocial also come from outside oneself, such as parenting styles (Llorca, Richaud, & Malonda, 2017) and also the influence of peers (Lee, Padilla-Walker, & Memmott-Elison, 2017).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%