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Violence among High School Students in Kuwait

Parents can increase the
probability of violence and other
problem behaviors among their
children because they serve as the
primary socialization context for their
adolescents.
The goal of this study was to
examine the associations between
family attachment, parental rejection,
and child discipline with the violence
among High School Students in
Kuwait. The sample of this study was
high school students of seven hundred
and sixty seven cases of 10th-grade and
12th-grade throughout Kuwait City.
The sample was divided into two
groups such as male (n = 443), who
selected from six high schools, and
female (n = 324), who selected from
six high schools in order to represent a
sample of the high school students in
Kuwait City.
Regressions analysis indicated
that adolescent with high family
attachment are less likely to be
involved with violent behaviors
namely (physical and verbal
aggression).
Also, the regression analysis
indicated that high levels of parental
rejection and harsh child discipline are
more likely their children to be
involved with violent behaviors
namely (Physical and verbal
aggressions) in high schools.


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Alsaleh Amer

 
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