Role of Temporal Transspective in Personality Formation of Adolescents without Parental Support: A Comparative Study
Selected Topics in Humanities and Social Sciences Vol. 3,
10 July 2021,
Temporal transspective is described as the ability to connect the past, present, and future in a single picture. The findings of a comparative analysis of temporal perspective of adolescents whose personality development occurs in various living conditions are presented in this article. 50 adolescents without parental support (experimental group) and 60 adolescents raised in a family(control group) participated in the study. The study found that adolescents without parental help have not only peculiarities such as gaps between significant events in the past, present, and future, but also personality traits such as lack of confidence, ambivalence, anxiety, pessimism, and motivation limited by the near future.