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Tytuł: Charakterystyka mężczyzn - sprawców przemocy w świetle psychologicznego opiniodawstwa sądowego
Autor: Rode, Danuta
Słowa kluczowe: violence; domestic violence; offender and victim of domestic violence
Data wydania: 2011
Źródło: Chowanna, 2011, t. 2, s. 179-211
Abstrakt: The aim of the research was to obtain the answer to the question: can we distinguish different types of intrafamily violence perpetrators considering a specified profile of personality factors and temperament traits and how they cope with stressful situations? The research was conducted on a group of 325 men convicted for harassment over family members. The following personality traits of violence perpetrators were categorised: locus of control, self‑acceptance, aggressiveness, hostility, IQ and temperament traits. The research techniques employed in the study were: the Wechsler Intelligence Scale, Berger’s Self‑Acceptance Scale, the Delta Questionnaire by R. Drwal, the SABD Questionnaire — Buss‑Durkee, Formal Characteristics of Behaviour — Temperament Inventory (FCZ‑KT) by J. Strelau, the WCQ (The Ways of Coping Questionnaire) by R.S. Lazarus and S. Folkman, a categorised interview and an analysis of court records. Resultantly, four subgroups (clusters), differing in terms of selected personality traits, were specified: reactively aggressive perpetrators, perpetrators of low preventive competences, psychopathic and retaliatory, and perpetrators with a big adaptive potential. Next, the groups were characterised in terms of stress‑coping strategies, and psychological processes of coping with stress proceeded differently in the research group.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12128/2332
ISSN: 0137-706X
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