Family in the Situation of One Parent’s Employment away from the Place of Residence
Keywordsmigration, types of temporarily single-parent families, separation results
AbstractAmong many discussions concerning family numerous debates touch upon the subject of temporarily single-parent families, i.e. the families in which one parent is temporarily absent. The problem has always been present in pedagogy. The possibilities of going abroad to work were limited for many years. The increase in the number of temporarily single-parent families was observed as result of the Poland’s access to the European Union and the availability required in the growing number of jobs and positions. The following social, political and civilisation transformations have enabled unrestricted migration. Parents make the decision to migrate to satisfy economic and psychological needs. However, at the same time they have to be prepared for both the positive and negative consequence of their relocation. Analysis of numerous data forms the basis for distinguishing types of families being temporarily single-parent due to a parent’s employment away from home.
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MOLESZTAK, Aldona. Family in the Situation of One Parent’s Employment away from the Place of Residence. Paedagogia Christiana. Online. 10 May 2016. Vol. 36, no. 2, pp. 209-236. [Accessed 27 February 2024]. DOI 10.12775/PCh.2015.034.
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