- College Attendance and Education Expenditure in Taiwan: Does Family Structure or Income Matter?
- Family Resource Allocation in Taiwan: Does Family Structure Matter?
|題名||從失落經驗看單親家庭因應策略之研究=Loss, Attachment, and Single-Parent|
|作者||鄔佩麗; Wu, Pei-li;|
|關鍵詞||單親家庭; 失落經驗; 平衡感; 溝通型態; 家庭結構; 家族治療系統理論; 深度訪查; 諮商; 依附需求; 分離焦慮; 哀傷治療; Single-parent family; Loss; Homeostasis; Communication pattern; The structural family therapy; Depth interview; Attachment theory; Seperation anxiety; Grief therapy;|
|英文摘要||Single-parent families have greatly increase in Taiwan in the past three decedes. In the meantime, the majority of single-parent families are female headed. The author have postulated that a balanced level of cohesion is related to adequate family functioning and too much or too little cohesion is realted to dysfunctional family relationships. In fact, a systems perspective of parenting in the single-parent family concerns boundaries, hierachy, role, and functions (Roberts, 1994). The author attempts to interpretate the influence among family condition, parent-chile relationship, children's school adapation,and children's emtional adaptaion. A total of 317 subjects participated in the survey. The sample of this study consists of 317 junior high school studentes from single-parents familes, 146 male and 171 female. However, after the process of statistial analysis, the hypothetical modle was tested by 154 subjects' data which were comprehensive. In the meantime, the author also used other modified subjects' (N=130) data to proceed cross validation. In this study, there are four dependent variables: parent's adaptation, children's adaptaion, children's loss experience, and family function. They were predicted by two independent variables:social support and parent's loss experience. To understand the relationships between the independent variables and dependent variables, all collected data were analyzed by the computer program LISREL 8 (Joreskog & Sorbom, 1993). The result of this study indicates that the impact of parent's attitude to handle their loss on the children's adaptation exists (N=154/130, p=.25/.04, AGFI=.86/.82, CFI=.99/.93). In the meantime, it is found that parenting style is related to outcomes in children behaviors. In other words, a child's dysfuncion or misbehavior would be viewed as respresesnting a system that prevented differentiation and optimal function of the child.|