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Title: Więź w rodzinach wielodzietnych
Other Titles: Ties in the families with many children
Authors: Kotlarska-Michalska, Anna
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM
Citation: Roczniki Socjologii Rodziny, 2002, tom 14, s. 57-70.
Abstract: The analysis of selected indicators of the following bonds in families with many children: social-upbringing, cultural, and marital, based on research conducted by many authors, has shown that the burden of numerous duties connected with bringing up children and running the house does not enable, and in fact makes it harder for women to concentrate on deliberate actions that would help create a stronger upbringing bond between the mother and the children. In such families, not enough attention is paid to care for the bond between the siblings and between the spouses. It is noticeable that the marital bond is in decline under the burden of everyday life. The children, instead of bringing the spouses together, are rather a factor in their going in separate ways emotionally. It may seem worrying that, in families with many children, the fathers take little part in caring for and bringing up the children, and devote little time to talking to children, taking them for a walk, playing with them, and spending time with them in other ways; rather they impose this duty on the mothers. It may be supposed that many fathers are not prepared for fatherhood in general, and for being father to many children in particular. Their role, so important in creating emotional and social bonds, is then limited mainly to procreation and financial status o f the family.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10593/4483
ISSN: 0867-2059
Appears in Collections:Roczniki Socjologii Rodziny, 2002, tom 14

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