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Vsakdanje življenje otrok v enostarševski družini
Papež, Špela (Author), Švab, Alenka (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Družinsko življenje se spreminja, kar kaže predvsem na to, da se družine odmikajo od modernega modela nuklearne družine. V magistrskem delu sem se osredotočila na enostarševske družine. V preteklosti je bil glavni vzrok nastanka enostarševske družine smrt partnerja, danes pa prevladujejo ločitve in razveze zakonskih zvez, vedno več pa je tudi odločitev žensk, ki želijo otroke vzgajati same. Enostarševske družine so še vedno podvržene stigmatizaciji, saj odstopajo od družbeno zaželenega modela dvostarševske družine. Cilj in glavni namen magistrskega dela je ugotoviti, kako in če sploh življenje v enostarševski družini vpliva na vsakdanje življenje otrok. Za proučevanje tega se bom osredotočila na dve starostni skupini; na posameznike, ki so kot otroci živeli v enostarševski družini v 60. in 70. letih prejšnjega stoletja, ter tiste, ki v taki družinski obliki živijo danes. Magistrsko delo je sestavljeno iz teoretičnega in empiričnega dela. V teoretičnem delu sem predstavila, kaj družina sploh je, kako je definirana in kaj je njena funkcija. V nadaljevanju sem se osredotočila na enostarševske družine in na življenje otrok v takem tipu družine. Empirični del je sestavljen iz odgovorov intervjuvancev, sledijo rezultati obeh starostnih skupin ter ugotovitve, ali obstajajo podobnosti in razlike življenja v takem tipu družine. Ugotovila sem, da se vsakdanje življenje otrok v enostarševski družini danes bistveno ne razlikuje od življenja v takem tipu družine v preteklosti. Razlika med generacijama se opazi pri opravljanju dela, starejša generacija izpostavlja stigmatizacijo v družbi zaradi življenja v enostarševski družini, izpostavijo tudi večjo finančno stisko v primerjavi z mlajšo generacijo.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:enostarševska družina, vsakdanje življenje, razveza zakonske zveze, medgeneracijska primerjava
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2019
COBISS.SI-ID:36192861 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Children's Everyday Life in Single-Parent Family
Abstract:
Family life is undergoing changes, which is reflected in families distancing themselves from the modern model of a nuclear family. This master’s thesis focuses on single-parent families. In the past, the main reason for creation of a single-parent family was death of a partner, whereas today divorces and separations prevail and women decide to raise children on their own much more often. Single-parent families are still subject to stigmatisation as they deviate from the socially desirable model of a two-parent family. The goal and main purpose of the master’s thesis is to determine how and if living in a single-parent family affects children’s everyday life. In our study, we will focus on two age groups: on individuals that as children lived in a single-parent family in the 1960’s and 1970’s and on individuals that live in a single-parent family today. The master’s thesis consists of a theoretical and empirical part. The theoretical part presents what a family is, how it is defined and what function it has. It goes on to focus on single-parent families and children’s life in this type of family. The empirical part comprises interviewees’ answers, followed by results of both age groups and a conclusion, considering the similarities and differences of living in this type of family. We determined that children’s everyday life in a single-parent family does not drastically differ from children’s everyday life in this type of family in the past. However, the difference between the generations is job-related; the older generation also emphasises the stigmatisation in society due to life in a single-parent family and a greater financial distress, compared to the younger generation.

Keywords:single-parent family, everyday life, divorce, intergenerational comparison

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