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心理科学进展 ›› 2021, Vol. 29 ›› Issue (2): 286-295.doi: 10.3724/SP.J.1042.2021.00286

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屈国梁, 曹晓君()   

  1. 西华师范大学教育学院, 四川 南充 637002
  • 收稿日期:2020-03-17 出版日期:2021-02-15 发布日期:2020-12-29
  • 通讯作者: 曹晓君

Sibling conflict and its resolution: The effects of family subsystem

QU Guoliang, CAO Xiaojun()   

  1. School of Education, China West Normal University, Nanchong 637002, China
  • Received:2020-03-17 Online:2021-02-15 Published:2020-12-29
  • Contact: CAO Xiaojun


同胞冲突是指在一个完整的家庭中, 具有相同生身父母的两个或多个人在行为、目标或活动上所表达出的不相容, 其通常表现为争吵和敌对情绪以及相互间的攻击行为。父母干预同胞冲突的方式分为孩子中心策略、控制策略和不干预策略。家庭系统理论指出, 家庭是一个有等级结构的、动态的系统, 这个系统中的子系统(包括父母婚姻关系、亲子关系和同胞关系)是相互联系、相互影响的。基于这一理论, 探讨家庭子系统对同胞冲突的影响, 整合建构同胞冲突的理论假设模型, 以便从多路径的角度去分析同胞冲突的产生机制。未来的研究需要对同胞冲突及其相关概念进行区分或整合, 关注父母干预同胞冲突的方式的影响因素, 并且以发展的眼光去看待同胞冲突。

关键词: 同胞冲突, 同胞关系, 干预方式, 家庭子系统, 影响路径


Sibling conflict is defined as the incompatibility expressed by two or more people with the same biological parents in their behaviors, goals or activities in a intact family, which is usually characterized by quarrels and hostility, as well as aggression against each other. The styles of parents’ intervention in sibling conflict usually can be divided into child-centered strategies, control strategies, and nonintervention strategies. Family system theory points out that the family is viewed as a hierarchically organized system, comprised of reciprocally influential subsystems (e.g. marital relationships, parent-child relationships, sibling relationships). Based on this theory, the effects of family subsystem on sibling conflict is discussed, and meanwhile, in order to analyze the mechanism of sibling conflict from the multi-path perspective, the theoretical hypothesis model of sibling conflict is constructed. Future studies need to distinguish or integrate between sibling conflict and its related concepts, focus on what factors will affect the styles parents intervene in sibling conflict, and treat sibling conflict from the perspective of development.

Key words: sibling conflict, sibling relationship, intervention style, family subsystem, influence pathway