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Parents Communication after Divorce and Its Impact on their Children Behavior

Ardiana Mali


The goal of this paper is to determine the level of the communication of divorced parents and its impact on children problems behavior. This is a quantitative study which is focused on the children behavior problems with divorced parents aged 6-18 years old. The identification of the parents' communication level is realized using the SDQ questionnaire, (Goodman 1997). The data of this study were self-reported by 400 children in the secondary and high schools of Elbasan district during the academic year 2013-2014. The statistical data processed using nonparametric Spearman’s (rho) test, show that between the parents' communication level after divorce and the children problems behavior a significant correlation exist, p=.039<.05. At the and of the study some recommendations regarding the role of the state institutions the in order to improve the management of the children problems behavior with divorced parents are given.

Keywords: divorce, problems behaviors, communication level, nonparametric level.

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