ΠΜΣ Προαγωγή Ψυχικής Υγείας-Πρόληψη Ψυχιατρικών ΔιαταραχώνLibrary of the School of Health Sciences
Πεχλιβανίδης Αρτέμιος, Αναπληρωτής Καθηγητής Ψυχιατρικής, Αιγινήτειο
Δουζένης Α., Αναπληρωτής Καθηγητής Ψυχιατρικής, Αττικόν
Οικονόμου Μ., Επίκουρη Καθηγήτρια Ψυχιατρικής
Διερεύνηση της συσχέτισης του βιωθέντος γονεϊκού στυλ και του είδους πρόσδεσης με την αυτοαναφερόμενη εκδήλωση εργασιακού εκφοβισμού σε στρατιωτικό πληθυσμό των ελληνικών Ενόπλων Δυνάμεων
Investigation of the correlation between experienced parental style, attachment style and self-reported mobbing occurrence, in the Greek military population
The mobbing phenomenon is a serious and increasing problem, not only in Greece but also internationally. In working environments, hostile and offensive behaviours often οccur, having a negative effect at workers’ mental health and at the quality of professional life. The appearance of the phenomenon in the greek military forces hasn’t been an object of extensive research yet, and for this reason it is considered as important to study the parameteres that contribute to its development.
This study’s purpose, is to search whether there is a correlation between the parental styles of a sample with greek military workers, their attachment styles, and the appearance of mobbing behaviours in the military environment, as these behaviors are subjectively mentioned by the participants, during the year 2016. To investigate this issue, we distributed questionnaires of anonymous self-reference through internet, through which we searched for the frequency and the form of mobbing behaviours in the greek military environment, as well as for the early family experiences of the participants that specify their parental styles and attachment styles. Τhe information were gathered and compared with the appropriate statistical measures in order to conduct the survey’s results. A sample of 296 greek men and women was gathered for this study, from 18 to 65 years old, who serve the greek military forces as permanent military personnel. Statistical analysis was conducted through SPSSv.21.0.
The study's results appear to be satisfying enough, and as for the the reliability and validity of the survey data, they were ensured even more due to the sufficient size of the sample. According to the findings, it is obvious that mobbing behaviours in the greek military forces occur on a frequent basis, without seeming to have any important correlations between them and the ways of the participants' parental upbringing.
Main subject category:
Parental style, Attachment, Mobbing, Military Population
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