Presentation on theme: "FAMILIES. Household Interactions reciprocal Socialization. The procedure by which kids and teenagers socialize parents, simply as parents socialize them."— Presentation transcript:




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2 family Interactions mutual Socialization. The process by which kids and teens socialize parents, simply as parental socialize them. Synchrony. The carefully coordinated interaction in between the parent and the son or adolescent in which, regularly unknowingly, they room attuned to each other’s behavior. Basic Systems Theory and also the household

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3 family members Dynamics and Interaction Oftentimes, the top quality of the household systems influence parent/child interaction –Studies reveal that in plenty of single-parent households, mothers space not always able to administer the exact same level of nurturing interaction with their youngsters than in classic households. –Adolescents typically have an ext problems in single-parent families and tend come direct much more anger and frustration to the mother.

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4 Developmental building of relationships Developmental construction views are the thought that as individuals flourish up, they acquire modes that relating come others. –Continuity view. Emphasize the function of beforehand parent-child relationship in creating a basic way of relating to civilization throughout the life span. Son rearing interactions room a guide to determine future interactions with peers, intimate partners, neighborhood roles. Early on experiences space critical. –Discontinuity view. Emphasize adjust and growth in relationship over time. Children acquire various roles/ different borders in their partnership with others. Children move from family settings wherein expectations space passed come them come peer settings where lock exhibit more control in their life.

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5 Maturation and also Adolescent consciousness Puberty expanding Logical Reasoning alters in college Peers/friendships date Independence period of Stress and Storm. Increasing conflict with parents. Children come to be highly emotional and begin come interpret straightforward feedback as personal attacks. David Elkind: The imagine audienceThe an individual fable –Preadolescents are frequently compliant. However, by late teens they become an ext assertive (Maccoby, 1984). –Children additionally begin come spend much more time with peers and less time v parents.

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6 Parent and Child Dynamics Parent/child expectations start to change and children start to redefine their function in society. Question: –Considering family stress as a catalyst change, would kids ever yes, really be encouraged to leaving in the absence of stress and anxiety or changing expectations? –Could adolescent function development be a duty of the cumulative internalization of the expectations of culture handed under by parents and significant others? If so, execute we really require to define maturation and adulthood indigenous the standpoint of age?

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7 Parental transforms Rise the nontraditional families. Marital satisfaction. Marital dissatisfaction rises when offsprings become adolescents. WHY? financial burdens. Parents feeling greater economic stress in rearing adolescents. Job reevaluations. Time perspective. Health and also body concerns. Parental of teens begin to build a preoccupation through health and physical/sexual attractiveness. Generative vs. Stagnation period of parental at childbearing. Today, with the beginning of teen pregnancy, parents are parenting when still working to specify themselves. Identity, occupational commitments, Intimate commitments. In contrast, considerable # that families delay until your thirties. These households tend to be more stable and tend come be traditional

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8 Sociocultural and also Historical changes Influence that social events like war, famine, depression impacted the family good Depression developed economic turmoil, discontent, clinical depression, marital conflict, inconsistent boy rearing and also unhealthy lifestyles (drinking, demoralized attitudes) The function of the yonsei grandparents started to readjust Migration trends technical changes. Media influence. Liven parents command to youngsters being socialized by TV

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9 Parent child Dynamics Parents need to understand that the roadway to maturity is a lengthy process. Readjust does not happen overnight. Parents, specifically mothers, pat a an essential role towards accounting with kids. Ensuring that children follow appropriate routine and guidelines.

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10 Diana Baumrind Parenting styles –Authoritarian. Restrictive, punitive format in i beg your pardon the parental exhorts the adolescent to follow the parent’s directions and to respect work and also effort. Certain limits and controls are put on the adolescent, and small verbal exchange is allowed. This format generally produces socially incompetent habits in adolescents. –Neglectful. Parental are really uninvolved in the adolescent’s life. Connected with adolescents’ social incompetence, specifically a absence of self-control. –Indulgent. Parents space highly affiliated with their teens but place couple of demands or controls top top them. This is associated with teenagers social incompetence, particularly a absence of technique –Authoritative. Encourages teenagers to be independent yet still locations limits and controls on your actions. Considerable verbal give and also take is allowed, and also parents space warm and nurturant in the direction of adolescent.

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11 experimenting Parent/Adolescent conflicts Conflicts between parents and adolescents may be because of the generation gap. –Biological predisposition –G. Stanley Hall. –S. Freud –Cultural paper definition –Margret Mead. Somoa research –Larson (1999). India research

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12 Adolescent Runaways return adolescent runaway is not always motivated by parent/child conflict, plenty of leave due to abuse and also neglect issues in the home. –Drugs –Sexual exploitation Many adolescents hit the streets looking for emotional needs…This is frequently a setup for unhealthy outcomes and risk-taking behaviors.

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13 Bowlby’s attachment Secure. Babies use their main caregiver, usually the mother, as a secure base from i m sorry to discover the environment. This type is an essential foundation for psychological breakthrough Insecure. Babies either protect against the caregiver or show substantial resistance or ambivalence towards the caregiver. This kind related to difficulties in relationships and also problems in later advance Dismissing/avoidant. Individuals deemphasize the prestige of attachment. This category is associated with continuous experiences of rejection of attachment needs by caregivers Preoccupied/ambivalent. Teens are hypertuned to attachments experiences. This is assumed to mainly occur because parents space inconsistently obtainable to the adolescent. Unresolved/disorganized. Adolescent has an uncommonly high level that fear and also is disoriented. Generally due traumatic experiences such as parent’s death or abuse by a parent.

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14 Divorced households 40% of youngsters born to married parents will endure their parent’s divorce. Results ARE ENORMOUS: –Psychological adjustment is endangered –Academic performance/competence is endangered –Delinquency is prevalent –Depression/anxiety is boosted –Diminished self-esteem –Poor social responsibility/school dropout –Drug intake becomes a factor –Poor decisions about sexual activity/intimate relationships given what shows up to be far-reaching consequences because that divorce, have to struggling spouses stay together for the benefits of the children?

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15 Gay and also Lesbian parental –20% of lesbians and also 10% the gay guys are parents, most of whom have kids from a heterosexual marriage that ended in a divorce.

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–Gay and also lesbian parents may consist of as many as one million parents in the United says today. Question Does the sexual orientation that parents affect a person’s capability to parent or positively function model v adoption? must the sex-related orientation of parental be a factor of factor to consider in custody decisions?

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