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Student
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Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
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Year of Graduation
Mariya Samylova
Father's Role in the Formation of Child-Rearing Patterns
Sociology
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
In this study it was attempted to find out how father’s experience is transmitted. The study was conducted through semi-structured interviews with individuals over 18 years of age who do not have children, but plan to have them. It was revealed that the fact that in childhood the respondent witnessed parent’s quarrel do not determine what it will be if his child-rearing patterns connected with loud voice in communication with their child; the fact of having emotional connection of the respondents with their fathers has no influence on their wills to have the emotional connection with their future children; if the individual is satisfied with upbringing practices used by his father, he will try to copy them in upbringing their children in the future, and if the individual is not satisfied with fathers upbringing practices, he will likely avoid these practices in the upbringing of their children; parents’ financial position does not determine its willing for involvement in the upbringing of their child; individuals who grew up without his father's upbringing involvement will be tend to copying child rearing practices except mother practices, with which they are not satisfied.

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