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## Sekundarni jezik

Jezik: Angleški jezik Relationship between parental involvement in childs schooling, academic achievement and consumption of psychoactive substances among adolescents The relationship between parental involvement in childs schooling and consumption of psychoactive substances among adolescents was a problem we studied in our master thesis. The role of a family was presented in a theoretical part, as well as the importance of parental involvement in childs schooling, academic achievement and the period of adolescence when the first attempts of psychoactive substance use occur. In the empirical part, we tried to establish the parental involvement in childs schooling, academic achievement and the consumption of psychoactive substances among adolescents, as well as the role of relevant demographic data. 193 ninth graders of primary school and 211 students of second grade of secondary school were included in the survey. We collected data with a questionnaire that contained Parental Involvement Scale from the Questionnaire Parenting Style and Parental Involvement (Paulson, 1994) and it also contained the questions about adolescents’ consumption of psychoactive substances. The results have shown better academic achievements and higher educational expectations by adolescents whose parents have been more involved in schooling. There has been higher parental involvement in schooling of younger adolescents and by parents with higher level of education. Adolescents with higher academic achievement have had parents with higher level of education as well as their parents’ and their own higher expectations about the finished level of education. Furthermore, there has been less experimenting with psychoactive substances by younger adolescents and by adolescents with higher academic achievement. Moreover, the results have shown that when parents have been more involved in schooling the age of first attempts of psychoactive substance consumption by adolescents has been higher, there has been a decrease in a number of attempts of different kinds of psychoactive substances as well as a decrease in the frequency of consumption. family, adolescent, parental involvement in child`s schooling, academic achievement, psychoactive substances

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