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Psicologia, Saúde & Doenças

versão impressa ISSN 1645-0086

Psic., Saúde & Doenças v.7 n.2 Lisboa  2006

 

Práticas parentais, escola e consumo de substâncias em jovens

Inês Camacho & Margarida Gaspar de Matos *

Faculdade de Motricidade Humana, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa

 

Resumo: Este estudo, tem como objectivos descrever os comportamentos dos adolescentes, a relação entre a escola e a família bem como estudar as Práticas Parentais Educativas no concelho do Montijo. A amostra é constituída por 271 jovens e seus encarregados de educação. Os jovens têm idades compreendidas entre os 12 e 17 anos de idade, 37,3% rapazes e 62,7% raparigas. Foram aplicados questionários aos jovens, pais e professores. Verificou-se que as raparigas referem mais frequentemente experiência de consumos e maior supervisão e apoio parental. Relativamente às diferenças entre as idades, verificou-se, no presente estudo, que os mais novos consomem mais cerveja enquanto os mais velhos consomem bebidas destiladas. Os mais velhos referem mais frequentemente que as regras impostas pelos pais são negociadas, ou que não são explícitas.

Palavras chave: Comportamento adolescente, Práticas parentais, Relação escola família.

 

Parental practices, school and teenagers behaviour

Abstract: The aim of this study is to describe the teenagers behaviour, the relationship between school and Family as well the parental practices in Montijo. The study was done with 271 youthful and their parents. The teenager’s age is between 12 and 17 years old distributed by 37.3% of boys and 62.7% of girls. The questionnaires have been applied to the teenagers, parents and teachers. Girls acknowledge more frequently that they have already experienced tobacco and alcohol and that parental supervision and support is stronger. Younger individuals drink more beer while older drink more spirits. Within the older group rules are more usually negotiated, or not explicit.

Key words: Parental practices, Relationship between school and family, Teenagers’ behaviour.

 

 

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* Contactar para E-mail: icamacho@fmh.utl.pt

 

Recebido em 31 de Março de 2006 / aceite em 20 de Outubro de 2006