Can at-risk young adolescents be popular and anti-social? :... (2010)

Titel Can at-risk young adolescents be popular and anti-social? : Sociometric status groups, anti-social behaviour, gender and ethnic background
Gepubliceerd in Journal of Adolescence, Vol. 33, p.583-. ISSN 0140-1971.
Auteur Van de Schoot, R.; van der Velden, F.; Boom, J.; Brugman, D.; Methodology and statistics for the behavioural and social sciences; Social and personality development: A transactional approach; Afd MS; Afd ontwikkelings psychologie
Datum 2010
Taal Engels
Type Artikel
Samenvatting This study aimed to extend the understanding of anti-social behaviour and its association with popularity and sociometric status in a sample of at-risk adolescents from diverse ethnic backgrounds (n ¼ 1491, average age 14.7 years). Both overt and covert types of antisocial behaviour were used to distinguish subgroups. These subgroups were created on the basis of anti-social behaviour profile scores, using Latent Class Analysis. Moderator effects of gender and ethnic background were investigated using a log-linear analysis. The main finding was that each sociometric status group consisted of subgroups that differed in terms of prevalence of self-reported anti-social behaviour. At-risk young adolescents who reported involvement in anti-social behaviour appeared in every status group, including the popular group. Implications for school prevention programmes for anti-social behaviour are discussed.
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Persistent Identifier URN:NBN:NL:UI:10-1874-44727
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