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Risky and Antisocial Behavior among Young Adolescents and School Attachment

Ivana VRSELJA ; Institut društvenih znanosti Ivo Pilar
Ines SUČIĆ ; Institut društvenih znanosti Ivo Pilar, Zagreb
Renata FRANC ; Institut društvenih znanosti Ivo Pilar, Zagreb

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str. 739-762

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The aims of this paper are to establish the prevalence of
specific risky and antisocial behavior of younger adolescents,
as well as, relationships of antisocial behavior with school
attachment and success with regard to gender and age.
Data were collected in 2006 on a representative school
sample of Croatian younger adolescents by self-report. The
results indicate that the prevalence of all specific behaviors is
lower among girls than among boys (from 44.3% for "using
public transport without ticket" (in eighth grades) to 3.3% for
"steal something worth more than 200 Kuna" (sixth grades).
Inclination towards antisocial behavior is relatively highest
among students of eighth grades, and relatively lowest
among pupils of fifth grades. The analyses confirmed
statistically significant differences in inclinations toward
antisocial behavior with regard to attachment to school
(regardless of gender and age), but not with regard to
school success.

Ključne riječi

delinquent behaviour; prevalence; school success; school attachment

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