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Medaille College, Buffalo, NY
Education paper by Révay, Máté (all papers)
Value Systems and Role Models Among Hungarian High School Students
Role models are essential in the socialization of adolescents. Do the examples and values of parents count for the teenagers? What are the important values for high school students? Who are their role models?
My research answer these questions. This research was conducted in Szent Margit High School, Budapest in 2011, with more than 330 student participants between the ages of 12 and 18. Results are interesting and valuable for both educators and parents.
This research generates further studies in Hungary as well as in the U.S. My presentation’s goal is to discuss results that are also useful in a cross cultural context especially for American educators.
Brief Professional Bio:
Currently, Máté Révay is a graduate student in the Psychology MA program at Medaille College, Buffalo, NY. He was awarded a scholarship from the Hungarian-American Calasanctius Training Program (CTP). He earned his Masters in Psychology at Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Piliscsaba, Hungary and his Educational Psychologist degree at Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest. He works in Budapest as a school psychologist in Szent Margit High School.