Gender Comparison for Migrant Workers' Social Maladjustment
, Social Support, Cultural Conflict, and Cultural Distance
Four global dimensions are obtained from analysis of the replies made: personal adjustment, clinical maladjustment
, school maladjustment
and index of emotional symptoms.
Current study aimed to investigate mediating role of social competence between daughters' perception about stepmothers and their subsequent psychological maladjustment
. It was hypothesized that social competence would mediate daughters' perception of stepmother's rejection and their psychological adjustment in stepmother families after partialling out the control variables (daughter age, stepmother age, father age, mother education, father education).
The data related to maladjustment
variables also showed significant differences when comparing alcoholics to cocaine addicts, with the profile generally worse in alcoholics except for a few variables directly related to cocaine consumption.
in secular stagnation we have a prolonged maladjustment
between (S + T) and (I + G); the source of stagnation lies in change in the character of demand ...
Multivariate analyses showed that being unemployed (p < 0.001) and "maladjustment
to stressful events" (p < 0.001) were predictors of scores above the GHQ threshold criteria.
Neuroticism (emotional maladjustment
) is a factor of the Big Five model (McCrae & John, 1992) composed, in Brazil, of four facets (vulnerability, psychosocial disadjustment, anxiety, and depression) that categorize personality traits as hopelessness, irritability and hostility (Hutz & Nunes, 2001).
These measures showed high maladjustment
, interpersonal conflicts; personal and social incompetence.
Inter-ethnic children are one of the fastest growing populations worldwide, and research has suggested they have higher risk of poor outcomes, including family breakdown, academic underachievement and psychology maladjustment
. Research published this month in the Pertanika Journal of Social Science and Humanities explores whether ethnically mixed children are less well psychologically adjusted when compared to children from mono-ethnic families.
Bliss "I had been led to believe that the performance was to take place in the majestic surroundings of the new cathedral, but alas!, the cathedral was needed for services and the concert was relegated to the Coventry Theatre, a maladjustment
most unfortunate to me.
a) on individual risks associated with antisocial behavior and social and school maladjustment
For him the danger is twofold: there is the 'disastrous spirit of a long scholarly tradition as old as philosophy itself in which technics and technology are trivialities' (86), along with a crisis resulting from the maladjustment
of the technical system to the other social systems such as law, economy, education, and political representation (132).