Adolescentes infratores: rede social e funcionamento familiar Adolescent transgressors: social network and family functioning

Psicologia: Reflexão e Crítica. 2008;21(1):125-132 DOI 10.1590/S0102-79722008000100016

 

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Journal Title: Psicologia: Reflexão e Crítica

ISSN: 0102-7972 (Print); 1678-7153 (Online)

Publisher: SpringerOpen

Society/Institution: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

LCC Subject Category: Philosophy. Psychology. Religion: Psychology

Country of publisher: United Kingdom

Language of fulltext: English

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Bianca de Moraes Branco

Adriana Wagner

Karina Adriani Demarchi

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Time From Submission to Publication: 24 weeks

 

Abstract | Full Text

O objetivo desse estudo é identificar as características da rede social dos internos da Fase-RS que cumprem medida de ICPAE (interno com possibilidade de atividade externa). Também caracterizar suas famílias, quanto aos aspectos sócio-bio-demográficos e à percepção do funcionamento familiar por esses adolescentes. Foram investigados cinco adolescentes que tiveram progressão para ICPAE, utilizando-se a metodologia de Estudo de Caso, através da confecção do mapa da rede social e da escala GARF (Global Assessment of Relational Functioning Scale) para avaliação do funcionamento familiar. Nenhum dos cinco adolescentes avaliados preencheu o quadrante trabalho/escola da rede social. Dos cinco adolescentes, três preencheram apenas os quadrantes família e amigos. O total de membros e instituições incluídas no mapa da rede social variou entre seis e doze. As notas de funcionamento familiar foram baixas.<br>The aim of this studys is to identify the characteristics of the adolescents as well as their familys social network, regarding socio-bio-demographic aspects and the interns' perception of their familys functioning. The participants were five adolescents in a State institution (FASE-RS) who were also allowed to have external activities. A case study method was used through the making of a social network map and the family's functioning was measured using the global assessment of relational functioning scale (GARF). None of the five adolescents assessed used the work/school quadrant of social network. Three of them only filled the family and friends' quadrants. The total members and institutions included in the social network map varied between six and twelve. The scores on family functioning were low.