3 edition of Lone-parent families in Finland found in the catalog.
Lone-parent families in Finland
1991 by Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Dept. for Research and Development in Helsinki, Finland .
Written in English
|Series||Publications / Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Department for Research and Development,, 1991:2, Sosiaali- ja terveysministeriön Kehittämisosaston julkaisuja ;, 1991:2.|
|LC Classifications||HQ759.915 .H323 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||93118255|
Get this from a library! Lone parenthood: coping with constraints and making opportunities in single-parent families. [Michael Hardey; Graham Crow;] -- This book is about single parents, who make up an increasingly important and controversial group in Western society. The growth in the number of single-parent households is linked to debates about. Patrifocal lone parent family. A less common variation on the lone-parent family is the patrifocal one: a family headed by a single father. Reconstituted family. A reconstituted family is where two nuclear families that have split up merge (or blend) to form a new family (i.e. with step-parents and step-brothers or sisters). Because of both.
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The increase of lone-parent families is a common phenomenon across Europe. Lone parent families have been the focus of extensive research as these families are in a vulnerable position in society.
Appropriate as supplemental reading for courses in Social Policy and Social Studies that examine the role of parenting in society. The subject of lone mothers. Abstract. The increase of lone-parent families is a common phenomenon across Europe.
Lone parent families have been the focus of extensive research as these families are in a vulnerable position in : Mia Tammelin, Ilkka Virmasalo, Outi Alakärppä. lone parent families from Finland, France, Italy, Portugal and Lone-parent families in Finland book UK. By focusing on childcare arrangements, main trends can be seen in the way people manage to combine employment and care.
The concept is made more complex by the need to distinguish lone-parent families in which children never see the non-residential parent (a “lone” lone-parent family) from those where children regularly stay with the non-residential parent and/or share their time and residence between the two parents (a lone “bi-parental” family).Cited by: 2.
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Young people in Finland usually move away from home after coming of age when they begin studying or find a job. It is common for them to live either alone or with student friends before starting a family.
Education and training is valued in Finland and parents’ encouragement in schooling is important. Conversely, with about 1 in every 3 families being a lone parent family, Denmark (30%) recorded the highest proportion of single adult households with children, followed by Lithuania (28%), Sweden (25%), the United Kingdom 21%), France and Latvia (both 20%).
At EU level, 15% of families were made up of single parents with children. Lone Parent Families. DOI link for Lone Parent Families. Lone Parent Families book. Gender, Class and State. Lone Parent Families. DOI link for Lone Parent Families.
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First Published eBook Published 4 February Pub. location. The lone parent Coping with the loss of our child without a partner to support us through this most traumatic of times is very hard. No matter how supportive friends or family might be, in many respects we must struggle with both the Lone-parent families in Finland book and the practical aspects of loss by ourselves.
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Health, housing and hardship This is the first major sample survey of lone-parent families in the UK (now numbering over 1 million).
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Of course, arrangements whereby one parent brings up a child have always existed but historically it was a phenomenon known by different stigmatised names (e.g. ‘unmarried mother’, ‘fatherless family’) and regarded from different.
Single-parent families are determined by the sex of the "primary carer," responsible for the children the majority of the time, and they can be either mother-only or father-only families.
There are various reasons for their formation, such as a divorce, separation, widowhood or because the parents were never married. A prerequisite for most types of financial support is that you are covered by Finnish social security or that you have a Municipality of residence in Finland.
Your child’s citizenship does not affect your entitlement to benefits. However, the parents’ residence permit may affect the financial benefits that the family. under socialist rule - are particularly widespread among large and lone-parent families (Elster et al.p.
Therefore, it can be seen that the departure from the typical stable male breadwinner family model of industrialized societies is far from being homogeneous across various western societies. 7-Fondazione G. Brodolini. Census of Population data reveals a growth in the share of lone-parent families.
However, this pattern is not confined to Ireland, as many European countries (Spain, France, Lithuania, Malta and Portugal), as well as the US, Canada and Australia and New Zealand, have experienced a long-term trend of growing numbers of lone-parent families. Karin L.
Swisher, Book Editor Single-Parent Families ALL 2/12/04 AM Page 3. No part of this book may be reproduced or used in any form or by any means, electrical, mechanical, or otherwise, including, but not lim-ited to, photocopy, recording, or any information storage and re. The following books are taken from a new guide to such books ("Families Just Like Us") to be published next month by Book Trust and the National Council for One Parent Families.
Victoria Bailey. Lone parent, single parent, one-parent family, independent parent, non-married parent, alone parent, autonomous parent: the words or terms used to identify, or self-identify, adults who parent independently are diverse and subjective, and they have evolved over the our choice of labels may seem trivial, language is powerful and loaded – it shapes how we see the.
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One child in 4 lives in a lone parent family and over. 90% of these are headed by lone mothers. The number of lone parent families has risen due to the increase in divorce and separation and more recently due to the increase in the number of never married women having children.
One form of family diversity which moves away from traditional notions of the family is the step-family now more commonly known as the reconstituted or blended family. Allan & Crow () research found ‘seven out of ten families with dependent children may be described as married-couple families these do not all conform to the stereotype of the ‘normal’ family as some are step-families.
Canada: median family income of lone-parent families Number of single parent families in Canada United Kingdom (UK): Weekly cost of first child of a lone parent. Single-parent families can be defined as families where a parent lives with dependent children, either alone or in a larger household, without a spouse or partner.
Single-parent is a parent who cares for one or more children without physical assistance of another parent in home. Lone-parent family definition: a family in which there is only one parent | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
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