Biological[ edit ] An individual's biological parents are the persons from whom the individual inherits his or her genes. The term is generally only used if there is a need to distinguish an individual's parents from their biological parents, For example, an individual whose father has remarried may call the father's new wife their stepmother and continue to refer to their mother normally, though someone who has had little or no contact with their biological mother may address their foster parent as their mother, and their biological mother as such, or perhaps by her first name. Mother A mother is a female who has a maternal connection with another individual, whether arising from conceptionby giving birth to, or raising the individual in the role of a parent.
Abstract Research in high income countries shows parent-child connectedness to be protective against undesirable sexual and reproductive health SRH outcomes among young people.
Ethnographic research involved 30 days of observation in 10 households, 9 focus group discussions and 60 in-depth interviews. The structural factors with greatest influence on connectedness were economic circumstances, gender, social status, state education, and globalisation. Connectedness was related to SRH in a bi-directional way: Since material provision was perceived to be a central element of parent-child connectedness, structural factors limiting provision made transactional sex more likely both through direct material pathways and emotional ones.
Motives for transactional sex were said to be material needs and to feel loved and cared for. Modifying these structural factors should facilitate parent-child connectedness, which may help delay early sexual intercourse, protect young people against unplanned pregnancy through encouraging communication on contraception use and, overall, promote healthy adolescent development.According to researchers with ETR Associates, Parent-Child Connectedness (PCC) “is characterized by the quality of the emotional bond between parent and child and by the degree to which this bond is both mutual and sustained over time.
PARENT-CHILD CONNECTEDNESS, COMMUNICATION AND ADOLESCENT SUBSTANCE USE: An Integrative Review of the Literature Hannah Carver 1, Lawrie Elliott 1, Janet Hanley 1, Catriona Kennedy 2 1School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Care, Edinburgh Napier University; 2Department of Nursing and Midwifery, University .
Parent-family connectedness is a strong protective factor against disordered eating and emotional distress. C.
Youth who feel connected to their parents are likely to engage in the same risk behaviors their parents engage in. D. Parent-family connectedness has minimal impact on youth engagement in risky sexual behavior. The first contact with your child’s teacher, in many ways, is the most important, This is the time you are building rapport and developing a relationship of trust.
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Parent-Child Attachment Relationships and the Effects of Attachment Disruption Victoria Fitton, PhD, LMSW, ACSW deep and enduring connection established between a child and caregiver beginning in the womb, child Parent/s, caregivers are isolated