social maladjustment

so·cial mal·ad·just·ment

maladjustment without manifest psychiatric disorder, such as that occasioned by an inability to cope with social situations.

social maladjustment

Psychiatry An extreme difficulty in dealing appropriately with other people
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Nadezhda Gladyr, head of the Podrugi crisis centre, said: "During the seminar, issues of access of victims of domestic violence to special social services as well as criteria for assessing the presence of ill-treatment leading to social maladjustment and deprivation were discussed."
[USA], Dec 30 (ANI): High physical aggression issues during adolescence may put children at increased risk of violent crime, social maladjustment, and alcohol and drug abuse.
Previous researchers have shown that psychological adjustment is negatively affected by cultural distance (Furukawa, 1997), whereas cultural conflicts are the main cause of social maladjustment when adapting to another cultural standard or norm (Center, 1990; Freedman, Kaplan, & Sadock, 1976).
This chronic frustration determines the occurrence of certain negative feelings: self-blaming, uncertainty, despair, anger, shame, leading to functional, emotional and behavior disorders, inferiority complexes, social maladjustment, anxiety, low self-confidence, even suicidal behavior, and suicide attempts.
Anger, hostility, social maladjustment, drug-abuse, and low self-esteem are some of the negative effects of perceived parental neglect (Davies and Beech, 2012).
On the other hand, the term "homeless people" also includes people who are unable live in socially acceptable ways, either due to social maladjustment, addictions, mental disorders, or senility.
Design contest for A set of diagnostic tools for students of the second stage of education - the area of ??emotional and social, including for pupils at risk of social maladjustment; develop materials for postdiagnostycznych developed a set of tools and the preparation of the electronic and paper versions above
These symptoms lead to anxiety, depression, impaired sexual functioning, and marital and social maladjustment. [3]
Kawabata responded with sympathy to social maladjustment and sexual deviance as it absolved his characters of social responsibility.
Scholars have traditionally sought keys to understanding his puzzling yet deeply resonant verse either in the more eccentric elements of his biography (social maladjustment, drug use, intense affection for his younger sister) or in the literary genealogy in which he positioned himself through abundant borrowings from various precursors, especially Holderlin, Rimbaud, and Verlaine.
In the first chapter of the work, the author confronts the concept of social maladjustment, understood as the inability of people to adapt to particular situation occasionally or permanently, where we could find a personal unbalance, conflict or friction with the environment.
E-mail: localstudieslibrary @cardiff.gov.uk Website: www.cardiff.gov.uk/libraries Opening hours: Mon to Wed, 9am to 6pm; Thurs, 9am to 7pm; Fri, 9am to 6pm; Sat, 9am to 5.30pm inquire into the roots of social maladjustment among youngsters.