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Vloge v družini in njihov pomen v odraslosti
Oven, Nina (Author), Mešl, Nina (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
V diplomskem delu pišem o doživljanju vlog v družini in njihovem pomenu za življenje in odnose izven družine v odraslosti. Osredotočila sem se na to, kako sogovorniki prepoznavajo in doživljajo vloge, ki so jih imeli v otroštvu in kako te izkušnje povezujejo z izkušnjami v odnosih v sedanjosti. Spraševala sem se, ali katere izmed vlog prepoznajo kot obliko psihičnega nasilja in kateri so bili tisti varovalni dejavniki, ki so blažili možni negativni vpliv vlog. Raziskovala sem vloge, kot jih je opredelil E. Richter in ki v vsakdanjem družinskem življenju pogosto niso ubesedene ter razvidne. Prav koncept razvidnosti v družini je tema, ki povezuje diplomsko delo skozi vsa poglavja. Raziskovanje vlog namreč prispeva k družinski razvidnosti in je ključna pri odkrivanju odnosne dinamike v družini. Ugotovila sem, da so določene vloge povezane z zavezništvom med starši in ohranitvijo medgeneracijskih razlik, te se namreč porušijo, ko je eden izmed staršev odvisen od svojih otrok in potrebuje njegovo čustveno oporo. Vloge so lahko neprimerne otrokovemu razvoju in starosti, a ni nujno, da na njem pustijo le negativne posledice, v določenih odnosih jih tudi krepijo.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:vloge, psihično nasilje, varovalni dejavniki, razvidnost, socialno delo z družino, perspektiva moči
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:FSD - Faculty of Social Work
Year:2019
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Family roles and their meaning in adulthood
Abstract:
In this bachelor's thesis, I researched how we experience family roles and how they affect our adult lives and relationships outside the family. I focused on how the subjects recognize and experience family roles from their childhood, as well as how they link these experiences to relationships in their adult lives. I questioned whether they identify any of the family roles as a form of psychological violence and what the protective factors which lessened their possible negative influences were. I researched the roles determined by E. Richter, which are often not talked about nor evident, and we are therefore usually not aware of them. This concept of transparency is a recurring theme throughout the thesis. Studying family roles not only contributes to their transparency, it is also important for researching family dynamics. I discovered that certain roles are connected with the alliance between parents and the protection of generational differences, which tend to disappear if parents become dependent on their children and require their emotional support. Additionally, some family roles can also be inappropriate for the child’s age and development, however, it is not necessary that they are exclusively harmful to the child, as they can, in some cases, strengthen it.

Keywords:roles, psychological violence, protective factors, transparency, family social work, strength perspective

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