By Gary Elliott
The first aim for this learn was once to behavior an empirical research to assemble info within the type of information from adolescent men and women within the Pretoria quarter of South Africa. info was once accrued with respects to their point of actual aggression, verbal aggression, anger, hostility and melancholy. the data used to be used to spot no matter if correlations exist among the 3 variables anger, aggression and melancholy for South African youth.
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An authoritarian style of parenting was associated with the highest levels of aggression. 34 Accord ding to the e National Youth Vio olence Pre evention Resources Centre’s website, w with an n increase e in the nu umber of risk factorss evident in n the child d’s life, the ere is a greaterr likelihood d that they will aggresss towardss others. Individual ccharacteristiccs C Community / so ocietal factorss Home environmen nt Aggressive Behaviour Relationship ps with peerss Me edia violence e S School failure e Figure e 2: Risk fa actors in aggressive a e behavio our There are a a number of ado olescents th hat will be exposed tto these rissk factors yet y only a relatiively smalll number of o them will transform m into high hly aggresssive adole escents.
As an adolescent, one is liable to feel depressed a fair amount of the time as sadness and depression are normal parts of the human experience, rather than negative emotions (Saunders: 1998). Prevalence of adolescent depression The World Health Organization has indicated that the prevalence of depression and suicidal tendencies among adolescents has increased (Gerali: 2009). In the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, conducted in 2004, it was discovered that up to ten percent of adolescents had experienced a major episode of depression (Rutledge: 2007).
Depression has been defined in Reber & Reber (2001) according to two categories; generally, a mood state characterised by a sense of inadequacy, a feeling of despondency, a decrease in activity or reactivity pessimism, sadness and related symptoms; in psychiatric circles it is characterised as a mood disorder with extreme and intense characteristics. Rutledge (2007) defines childhood depression as an illness that affects a child in four categories: behavioural – acting out and impulsivity, emotional – moodiness or feelings of sadness, dissatisfaction and anger, physical – weight changes, sleep disturbance and low energy, and cognitive – a lack of concentration and indecisiveness.