In the view of psychology, each behavior is an interaction between the tendency within individuals (often called a personality, though not always accurate) and external conditions. Similarly, in terms of student fights. When translated, there are at least 4 psychological factors why a teen students getting into fights.
1. Internal factors. Teenagers are getting into fights are usually less able to adapt to complex environmental situation. Complex here means the diversity of views, cultures, economic levels, and all stimuli from the environment increasingly diverse and many. This situation is usually caused pressure on everyone. But the teenagers getting into fights, they are less able to cope, let alone take advantage of that situation to develop oneself. They are usually easy to despair, quickly run away from trouble, blame other person / party on every issue, and chose to use the simplest way to solve the problem. In adolescents who often fought, it was found that they experience inner conflict, easily frustrated, have labile emotions, are not sensitive to the feelings of others, and have a strong feeling of inferiority. They are usually in desperate need of recognition.
2. Family factors. Households that filled with violence (either between the parents or the child) had an obvious effect on children. Son, when increased adolescent, learning that violence is a part of himself, so that is normal if he did violent too. Conversely, parents who are too protect his child, while teenagers will grow as individuals who are not independent and does not dare to develop a unique identity. Once joined with his friends, he will totally hand over himself to the group as part of the construction of identity.
3. School factors. First, school is should not viewed as an institution to educate students to be something. But the school must first be judged by the quality of teaching. Therefore, school environments that do not stimulate students to learn (such as a monotonous atmosphere of the classroom, rules which are irrelevant to teaching, lack of lab facilities, etc..) will cause the students prefer to do activities outside of school with his friends. Then the issue of education, where teachers clearly played a most important role. Unfortunately teachers act more as a punisher and implementor of rules, as well as an authoritarian figure who actually use violence (though in different form) in “educating” their students.
4. Environmental factors. Environment between home and school, also had an impact on the emergence of a fight. For example, a narrow home environment and slums, and ward members who misbehave (eg drugs). Also urban environment (or the state) that violent. Overall it can stimulate the youth to learn something from the environment, and then the emotional reaction that develops support for the emergence of fighting behavior.