2012 | 4(59) | 129-145
Article title

Oddziaływanie obecności rodziców w wychowaniu na aspiracje rodzinne i społeczne młodzieży

Title variants
The Effect of Parents’ Presence in the Process of Upbringing on Family and Social Aspirations of Young People
Languages of publication
The parents’ presence in the upbringing of a child plays a significant role in forming the child’s personality and preparing it to play sexual and social roles connected with sex. Physical and psychological presence influences living aspirations of adolescent children, including their family and social aspirations. A study of secondary school graduates shows that young people coming from complete families more often appreciate such values as love and family, more often want to have a family and plan starting one in the nearest future, and want to have children. Young people coming from complete families more rarely exclude their future involvement in activities of the Church or social organizations. Those who have a good psychological contact with their parents often appreciate the value of family and love, moreover, they appreciate the authority of parents and value other authorities; they want to have a family and plan starting one in the nearest future. The desire to have children, three or more of them, as well as the desire to help others and to get involved in the Church’s activities more frequently occur along with the experience of psychological presence of the parents.
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Publication order reference
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