TITLE

PARENTALITY. PARENTIFICATION. PARENTING. PARENT. THE 4 P IN RELATION TO THE EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN

AUTHOR(S)
Irimescu, Gabriela
PUB. DATE
January 2010
SOURCE
Scientific Annals of the 'Al. I. Cuza' University, Iasi. Sociolo;2010, Vol. 3, p81
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The concepts underlying this paper have in common the noun "parent". Drawing on this basis, we present the intra-family ways of interaction, the needs of children and the necessary parenting abilities and skills for the formation of a strong winner-type child with a high self-esteem, or a loser-type child. This paper presents the two facets of the same coin, a shining one offered to children by parents with parenting skills, and the other shadowed by parentification. We also approach the importance of forming parenting skills in children development, as opposed to their absence and the parentification of children.
ACCESSION #
52541216

 

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