Event Title

World Views

Location

Comstock Memorial Union, MSUM

Document Type

Poster

Event Website

https://www.mnstate.edu/sac/

Start Date

21-4-2020 12:00 AM

Publication Date

4-21-2020

Description

The purpose of this study is to research the relationships between adverse childhood experiences, perceived control about one's own doing, relationship styles and political orientation. It is hypothesized that adverse childhood experiences, low perceived control and negative attachment styles are related to a more extreme political orientation. Results are undetermined because of such a similar demographic pool, but no relationship was found between adverse childhood experiences and political orientation. It is suggested by the data that relational styles have more to do with perceived control and general self-efficacy than what would be expected.

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World Views

Comstock Memorial Union, MSUM

The purpose of this study is to research the relationships between adverse childhood experiences, perceived control about one's own doing, relationship styles and political orientation. It is hypothesized that adverse childhood experiences, low perceived control and negative attachment styles are related to a more extreme political orientation. Results are undetermined because of such a similar demographic pool, but no relationship was found between adverse childhood experiences and political orientation. It is suggested by the data that relational styles have more to do with perceived control and general self-efficacy than what would be expected.

https://red.mnstate.edu/sac/2020/cshe/1