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Socialization in two-and one-parent families

A swedish study of the impacts of family type on child development
  • Göran Lassbo
Section 1
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Keywords

Child Development Single Mother Background Variable Family Type Parent Family 
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Résumé

Cet article décrit une étude comparative et longitudinale de 117 familles suédoises de jeunes enfants avec 1 ou 2 parents. Des données sont rassemblées venant des parents, des éduacteurs préscolaires et du 1.er dégré primaire. Dans une analyse en trois étapes: relations avec la situation, procédé et résultats variables sont discutés. Les résultats indiquent peu dieffets directs développement aux à cause du type de famille, mais un échantillonnage complexe apparaît lorsque d’autres variables tels que statut socio-économique, stabilité, réseaux sociaux, pratiques de “child rearing” sont introduits.

Resumen

Este artículo cuenta con un estudio comparativo y longitudinario de 117 familiales suecas de niños con uno o bien con los dos padres. Se recogen datos provenientes, de los padres, de los educadoes, de pre-escolar y de la primera fase escolar (primera fase de la EGB) Se trata de un análisis en tres etapas de las relaciones con la situación, de los procedimientos y de los resultados variables. Los resultados indican pocos efectos directos de desarrollo debidos al tipo de familia, pero un abanico de posibilidades complejo aparece cuando se introducen otras variable tales como el estatuto socio-económico, la estabilidad, las conexiones sociales y las prácticas de “Child rearing”.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Göran Lassbo
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Education and Educational ResearchUniversity of GothenburgSweden

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