Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/43114
Type of publication: Straipsnis kituose recenzuojamuose leidiniuose / Article in other peer-reviewed editions (S5)
Field of Science: Sociologija / Sociology (S005)
Author(s): Ivanauskienė, Violeta
Title: Emigravusių tėvų vaikų psichosocialinės problemos : globėjų nuomonė
Other Title: Children’s psychosocial problems after parents’ emigration : guardians’ opinion
Is part of: Socialinis ugdymas : postmodernios visuomenės iššūkiai vaikų ir jaunimo socializacijai [elektroninis išteklius]. Vilnius, Šiauliai : BMK leidykla, Šiaulių universitetas, 2014, [nr.] 7
Extent: p. 108-113
Date: 2014
Keywords: Emigracija;Vaikai;Psichosocialinės problemos;Vaikai;Globėjai;Emigration;Children;Psychosocial problems;Children;Guardians
Abstract: Atkūrus Lietuvos Respublikos nepriklausomybę, prasidėjo ekonominė (darbo) migracija į užsienio šalis, kurios pagrindinis tikslas – pagerinti savo materialinę padėtį. Šeimos narių (tėvų ir vaikų) išsiskyrimas sukelia skaudžių ir sunkiai pašalinamų padarinių: šeimos ryšių susilpnėjimą, susvetimėjimą arba visišką jų nutrūkimą. Kiekybinis tyrimas atliktas dviejuose Lietuvos savivaldybėse. Respondentai – vaikų, kurių tėvai išvykę dirbti į užsienį, globėjai. Vaikus globojantys respondentai teigia jaučią vaikų nusivylimą, pyktį dėl to, kad tėvai juos paliko, vaikai tapo agresyvesni, sutriko jų miegas
Rapid political, social and economic alterations of recent years predetermine essential changes in all spheres of social life. Social economic changes, uncertain future, fear to loose living source radically changed the life of some families. Families, who have encountered the new, earlier not experienced difficulties, try to survive and are forced to change their activities, behavior, and style of life. Due to these and maybe to other reasons, family members, most often father and/or mother, seeking for better earnings, decide to go to work abroad. Kanopienė V. (2006) affirms that beginning with 1989 commercial migration to more developed countries, with the aim to improve living conditions, started growing. Parting of the family members (parents and children) causes painful consequences: weakening of family ties or complete breaking of them. There are cases when children, who have been left under the care of relatives or acquaintances, after some time refuse to live with parents or parents and children get into conflict. When parents go abroad to work, a child feels socially and emotionally abandoned (Šalaševičiūtė R., 2006). Speaking about psychosocial feeling of these children, it is necessary to understand changes in the balance of social behavior and psychological development. When psychosocial feeling is positive, socially mature personality is developed and when surrounding conditions are unfavorable socially immature personality may develop. Leliūgienė I. (2003) states that there is research data which confirms that one of the reasons of social immaturity is that upbringing function of parents, when they leave abroad, is handed over to the other people, who not always can or wish to take proper care of the developing personality. The aim of this article is to discuss psychosocial problems of children after parent’s emigration from guardians’ perspective.[...]
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Affiliation(s): Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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