期刊論文
An Inquiry into Confucian Socialization Related to the Development of Juvenile Delinquency

中華心理學刊 民79 ,32 卷, 75-94
Chinese Journal of Psychology 1990, Vol.32, 75-94


Der-Heuy Yee (Department of Psychology, National Taiwan University), Kuo-Shu Yang (Department of Psychology, National Taiwan University), and Barry K. Barnes (University of California at Berkeley)

 

Abstract

This paper has attempted to examine both specific social and personality factors as they may relate to the development of delinquency. Confucian socialization model and Hirschi's Attachment Control Model are subjected to test by comparing the effects of personality traits and familial socialization among normal (n= 1910) and delinquent adolescents (791). The results of this study support the contention that, though parental affection seemed to have little association with delinquency, there was some strong and consistent detachment from family among delinquents with some indication that the delinquent has typically failed to effectively internalize responsibility. The meaning of attachment in Confucian societies, such as Taiwan, is re-examed as contrasted to that of individualism societies.


儒家計會化與靑少年罪犯之發展
余德慧(國立臺灣大學心理學系);楊國樞(國立臺灣大學心理學系);Barry. K. Barnes(加州大學Berkeley 分校)

 

摘要

本文是在探討與罪犯之發展有關之特定的社會或人格因素。藉著比較1910位正常與791 位犯法之靑少年的人格特質與家庭社會化之異同,用以瞼證「儒家社會化模式」與Hirschi 之「依附控制模式」。結果發現父母親的關愛程度與靑少年犯罪無關。靑少年罪犯對家庭之疏離較強且久,他們也較無法將責任感內化。本文重新檢討儒家社會(如臺灣)中所強調之依附關係的意義,並以之與個人主義的社會互相對比。

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