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The degree of involvement of fathers in the educational process of children
aNovi Pazar
bInternational University of Novi Pazar, Serbia,
The father's father's influence depends on: the position of the family and the woman in the society, the prevailing type of family given to the time and the environment, the model of parent marriage, the conformity of their marital relationships, and the understanding of the role of the partner in marriage, the family structure, the father's view of his own role in the family and his satisfaction with paternity , the type and degree of his involvement in the immediate care of the child, the father's personal characteristics, the half-child. Empirical data were only a little over 70 years ago, when "parents were found to be fathers". Theoretical perceptions about the role of parents in child development have changed, as the father's family role in the family has changed, for the traditional patriarchal family in an industrial society, where the father is the only economic support, employed outside the home and only occasionally deals with children, while the mother in charge of the household and the full care of children - could have been validated by the fact that the father does not play an important role in the child's development until the third year ("matriarchate maturity", "society without father"), when starting with the child of representatives of authority, a factor of limiting behavior, a transporter of social, moral and cultural values, a connection with a world outside the family.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Original Scientific Paper
DOI: 10.5937/univmis1918088K
published in SCIndeks: 10/06/2020

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