Family Communication and Antisocial Behavior of Ex-Convicts of the Medio Libre Penitentiary Establishment - Peru

Cesar Alfonso Najar Farro, Leoncio Enrique Vásquez Solís, José Luis Mandujano Rubín, Inés Eusebia Jesús Tolentino, Miguel Alfredo Carrasco Muñoz, Reynaldo Marcial Ostos Miraval, Niceforo Bustamante

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The objective of the research was to determine the relationship between family communication and antisocial behavior of ex-convicts from the 'Medio Libre -́Huánuco establishment. The methodology used in the research was circumscribed to the use of the hypothetical-deductive method, using the type of applied research, descriptive-correlational level, with a non-experimental transactional design. We worked with a sample of 26 ex-convicts from said establishment, who have served a sentence for crimes against property and have been released, as of 2019, to whom a questionnaire was administered, validated by experts. Results: With a statistical test such as the Chi square at 95% reliability with a margin of error of 0.05, the significance value or p value was 0.000, compared to the level of significance (α) which is 0.05 (0.000). <0.05), turned out to be lower. Therefore, Ho is rejected and H1 is accepted, reaching the conclusion that: "There is a significant relationship between family communication and antisocial behavior of the ex-convicts of the establishment "Medio Libre" - Huánuco Headquarters".

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Páginas (desde-hasta)447-451
Número de páginas5
PublicaciónMigration Letters
Volumen20
EstadoPublicada - 2023

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