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How Children See their Parents–A Short Intergeneration Comparative Analysis
Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences
This research is based on Rose Vincent's 50-year-old project, showing how children live their relationships with their parents. The findings show that girls are more critical of their mothers, but more permissive with their fathers. The respondents' ideal parent includes not only elements that the contemporary social life finds in the family, but also elements that are found in time (friendship and the mother-friend) evidence of common necessities in ontogenesis about the intra-family relationships and the emotional climate.doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2015.03.002 fatcat:j76n7zlwjbdmldmicucql7ipsy