The Relationships of Parenting Patterns and Excellence With the Level of Radicalism in Senior High School Students


This study focused on parenting, individual assessment and radicalism, and discussed their validity and reliability in high school students. A total of 178 students from several schools in the City X area were involved as participants. The results indicated that there was a positive relationship between parenting and radicalism, and also a relationship between excellence and radicalism.

Keywords: radicalism, individual values, parenting

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