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EEO. 2012; 11(4): 927-944


Investigating Resilience of Adolescents in Different Risk Groups

Hasan YILMAZ,Önder SiPAHiOÐLU.

Abstract
Resilience, especially with diagnosis and prevention, increase its importance in the educational
field. The aim of this study is to investigate adolescents’ resilience levels across different risk groups. 499 high
school students who are students in Aksaray were participated in this study. Resilience and youth development
module-Turkish version and demographic data form were used as research instruments in this study. The scale
used in this research was a 54-item Likert type revised. The data were analysed techniques, exploratory factor
analysis, and variance analysis (t-test and ANOVA). The findings showed that being in poverty (with family),
living with single parents, gender and school type differentiate on protective factors.

Key words: Resilience, adolescence, one parent



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