L'estime de soi d'adolescents ayant subi une expérience violente : étude interculturelle franco-syrienne

Abstract : This thesis is aimed to test whether adolescents who have undergone an experience of violence have differs level of self-esteem from those that have never been; this study is towards a Franco-Syrian intercultural context. Two groups of 300 adolescents aged 14-19 years participated in this thesis. Syrian group is composed of 150 adolescents living in Damascus, while the French group is composed of 150 adolescents living in Ile de France. Data were collected using the questionnaire defined the forms of violence experienced and that of Toulouse's self-esteem scale. Three hypotheses are formulated to be treated statically. The first one shows a higher level of suffered violence among the Syrian group. The second proves that the French group obtains a higher level of self-esteem than Syrian group. The third is negatively related violence to self-esteem, noted that adolescents with no violence experiment have a better level of self-esteemthan those who were less fortunates during childhood or adolescence.
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Amer Omar. L'estime de soi d'adolescents ayant subi une expérience violente : étude interculturelle franco-syrienne. Psychologie. Université René Descartes - Paris V, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014PA05H128⟩. ⟨tel-01763110⟩

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