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Rutiner och ritualer vid växelvis boende

Höjing, Mats LU and Toft, Bo LU (2012) PPTR06 20121
Department of Psychology
Abstract
The purpose of this essay is to investigate if children to parents
who separated, and were living in joint physical custody have
maintained or developed routines and rituals. 10 young adults are
interviewed, 4 female and 6 male. The analysis is thematic and
with a qualitative method with a phenomenological approach.
The study shows that meeting points appear to be important in
maintaining routines and rituals when living in joint physical
custody. The study indicates that parents are likely to encourage
and support their children within their hobbies, but do not to
a similar extent seem to help children to maintain peer relationships.
From the study we can see that baccalaureate is a including ritual.
Children who... (More)
The purpose of this essay is to investigate if children to parents
who separated, and were living in joint physical custody have
maintained or developed routines and rituals. 10 young adults are
interviewed, 4 female and 6 male. The analysis is thematic and
with a qualitative method with a phenomenological approach.
The study shows that meeting points appear to be important in
maintaining routines and rituals when living in joint physical
custody. The study indicates that parents are likely to encourage
and support their children within their hobbies, but do not to
a similar extent seem to help children to maintain peer relationships.
From the study we can see that baccalaureate is a including ritual.
Children who live in joint custody have given us an increased
understanding that well-being is related to parents ability to cooperate. (Less)
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author
Höjing, Mats LU and Toft, Bo LU
supervisor
organization
course
PPTR06 20121
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
joint physical custody, rituals, routines
language
Swedish
id
2688553
date added to LUP
2012-06-18 14:44:21
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2012-06-18 14:44:21
@misc{2688553,
  abstract     = {The purpose of this essay is to investigate if children to parents 
who separated, and were living in joint physical custody have 
maintained or developed routines and rituals. 10 young adults are 
interviewed, 4 female and 6 male. The analysis is thematic and 
with a qualitative method with a phenomenological approach. 
The study shows that meeting points appear to be important in 
maintaining routines and rituals when living in joint physical 
custody. The study indicates that parents are likely to encourage 
and support their children within their hobbies, but do not to 
a similar extent seem to help children to maintain peer relationships. 
From the study we can see that baccalaureate is a including ritual. 
Children who live in joint custody have given us an increased 
understanding that well-being is related to parents ability to cooperate.},
  author       = {Höjing, Mats and Toft, Bo},
  keyword      = {joint physical custody,rituals,routines},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Rutiner och ritualer vid växelvis boende},
  year         = {2012},
}