PATTERNING TYPES OF AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR OF PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN WITH SPEECH DISORDERS / PRADINIŲ KLASIŲ MOKINIŲ, TURINČIŲ KALBĖJIMO SUTRIKIMŲ, AGRESYVAUS ELGESIO TIPAI

Olena Bielova Bielova

Abstract


In order to understand the relationship between speech disorders and aggressive behaviour, the dependence of aggressive behaviour in young school-age children on their speech disorders was studied experimentally. The study had 286 children (6 to 10 years old), 57% of them with typical psychophysical development and 43% with speech disorders in Ukrainian schools. According to the results of the summary of the scientific methods, there have been discoveries of three types of aggression and six subtypes of aggression and also their features: the self-regulating type of aggression incorporates the controlled and the competitive subtypes; covert type – defensive and depressive; behavioural type – demonstrative and physical. The findings indicate that the more complex the speech disorder is, the greater the manifestation of depressive, demonstrative and physical aggression is. The more complex the state of aggression is, the harder it is to realize it. A child cannot always overcome such states on his/her own; therefore, he/she needs co-education, adult assistance.

Norint suprasti ryšį tarp kalbos sutrikimų ir agresyvaus elgesio, buvo eksperimentiškai tiriama jaunesniojo mokyklinio amžiaus vaikų agresyvaus elgesio priklausomybė nuo jų kalbos sutrikimų. Tyrime dalyvavo 286 Ukrainos mokyklų mokiniai (nuo 6 iki 10 metų), iš jų 57% –  tipiškos psichofizinės raidos ir 43% – turintys kalbos sutrikimų. Remiantis mokslinių metodų santraukos rezultatais, buvo nustatyti trys agresijos tipai ir šeši agresijos potipiai, taip pat jų ypatybės: savireguliacinis agresijos tipas apima kontroliuojamą ir konkurencinį agresijos potipius; paslėptas tipas – gynybinį ir depresinį; elgesio tipas – demonstratyvųjį ir fizinį. Išvados rodo, kad kuo sudėtingesnis yra kalbos sutrikimas, tuo labiau pasireiškia depresinė, demonstratyvi ir fizinė agresija. Kuo sudėtingesnė agresijos būsena, tuo sunkiau ją suvokti. Vaikas ne visada pats gali įveikti tokias būsenas; todėl jam reikalingas mokymasis kartu, suaugusiųjų pagalba.

 

 


Keywords


aggression, types of aggression, primary school children with speech disorders / agresija, agresijos tipai, pradinių klasių vaikai, turintys kalbos sutrikimų

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21277/se.v2i40.493

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