This paper investigates relationship conflict amongst Taiwanese adolescents. The data was taken on Taiwanese adolescents aged 15–17 who attended 16 high schools which are located in north, middle, south, and the east of Taiwan. They were invited to participate in the study during the 2010 school year. This paper explores the patterns among relationship conflict including its impact, the social dimensions, the time aspects, the psychological implications, the physical dimensions, and the performance and overall risks involved in group atmospheres. The ways relationship conflict handling styles correlate with the group atmosphere were also explored. Each one of the risk variables’ correlations and relationship conflict were explored. As part of this study upon correlating each one of the risk variables and relationship conflict, the researchers studied the correlations between the risk variables and the group atmosphere.
Quality & Quantity – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 8, 2014
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