ASSESSMENT OF INTERPERSONAL TRUST AND GROUP AFFILIATION OF CHILDREN WITHOUT PARENTAL CARE IN RELATION TO GENDER
Keywords:children without parental care, gender of children, interpersonal trust, group affiliation.
The aim of the research was to determine the difference in interpersonal trust and group affiliation of children without parental care in relation to gender. The research included a convenient sample of 122 respondents of both genders, who were being taken care of in the Children's SOS Village in Gračanica, Village of Peace in Turija and the Home for Children Without Parental Care in Tuzla. In order to verify the research objective, the Group Affiliation Scaler and the Interpersonal Trust Test were used. To determine the difference in interpersonal trust and group affiliation between children without parental care in relation to gender, a t-test was applied. The obtained data was processed in the statistical package SPSS 20 for Windows. Based on the results, it can be concluded that there is a statistically significant difference in the assessment of interpersonal trust and group belonging between children without parental care in relation to gender.
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