Young people from Friuli, 1986 A survey conducted in 2005 on the students of classes V of the schools in the province of Udine has made an interesting profile of boys born in 1986, which highlight their reflections on the reality of family relationships and some choices for their future , placed in relation with the condition of the children of parents separated (10.7% of total) or not separated. The profile of children who have experienced the separation of their parents does not have characteristics substantially different from that of peers united with parents, unless some of the dynamics of relationship with their parents separate. From the point of view of performance at school, there were no marked differences between the boys with respect to their family life and all children also argue that their academic performance is highly influenced by the attitude of some teachers and not by extra-curricular activities, friends or family situation. Young carefully describe their relationship with their friends and family. With the first they spend much of their free time and they place great confidence to face times of difficulty, especially when involving family matters. The friends, in fact, prove to be the main point of reference both for students with divorced parents (46.7%) for those with both parents together (49.5%). In regard to the family the children of couples separate report, to a greater degree than their peers, the greater difficulty in finding time to spend with their parents, because their work commitments. If we analyze in detail the relationship with both parents separate, defined the peaceful relationship with the mother for more than 50% of boys and 30% do not get the one with the father. The mother is more of a friend, helps solve problems and give advice, while many have no contact with his father or at least is very confrontational, marked by incomprehension. There are however cases where parents remain for children of the landmarks to look after your own problems and they arrive advice and aid. With the brothers and sisters the relationship appears more relaxed than in intact families in broken homes (53.2% vs. 43.1%) and also more balanced (25.8% vs. 20.8%). Choices about your future does not show significant differences between the children of separated parents and children of separated parents. Young people are mostly clear about what they want to do after completion of high school: 51.9% of them plan to continue their studies, 29.5% intend to go to work immediately and the remaining 18.6% does not have a precise idea of what it's doing its own future. Among those who are oriented to immediately enter the job market is dominant, the need to attain its own economic independence (75.4%). For 12.6% of the children's work is considered the natural outlet to the course of study undertaken, 29.7% of them want to work because he does not like to study, while 22.4% take this path of economic necessity. Among those who do it for family economic needs outweigh the children of separated parents than the other (19.2% versus 7.7%). Finally it is clear that kids who have lived experience of family dissolution due to separation of the parents appear more mature than their peers, many of them, in fact, claim to be able to manage critical moments alone and be able to make choices on your own.

I giovani friulani del 1986

BATIC, Nidia
2006

Abstract

Young people from Friuli, 1986 A survey conducted in 2005 on the students of classes V of the schools in the province of Udine has made an interesting profile of boys born in 1986, which highlight their reflections on the reality of family relationships and some choices for their future , placed in relation with the condition of the children of parents separated (10.7% of total) or not separated. The profile of children who have experienced the separation of their parents does not have characteristics substantially different from that of peers united with parents, unless some of the dynamics of relationship with their parents separate. From the point of view of performance at school, there were no marked differences between the boys with respect to their family life and all children also argue that their academic performance is highly influenced by the attitude of some teachers and not by extra-curricular activities, friends or family situation. Young carefully describe their relationship with their friends and family. With the first they spend much of their free time and they place great confidence to face times of difficulty, especially when involving family matters. The friends, in fact, prove to be the main point of reference both for students with divorced parents (46.7%) for those with both parents together (49.5%). In regard to the family the children of couples separate report, to a greater degree than their peers, the greater difficulty in finding time to spend with their parents, because their work commitments. If we analyze in detail the relationship with both parents separate, defined the peaceful relationship with the mother for more than 50% of boys and 30% do not get the one with the father. The mother is more of a friend, helps solve problems and give advice, while many have no contact with his father or at least is very confrontational, marked by incomprehension. There are however cases where parents remain for children of the landmarks to look after your own problems and they arrive advice and aid. With the brothers and sisters the relationship appears more relaxed than in intact families in broken homes (53.2% vs. 43.1%) and also more balanced (25.8% vs. 20.8%). Choices about your future does not show significant differences between the children of separated parents and children of separated parents. Young people are mostly clear about what they want to do after completion of high school: 51.9% of them plan to continue their studies, 29.5% intend to go to work immediately and the remaining 18.6% does not have a precise idea of what it's doing its own future. Among those who are oriented to immediately enter the job market is dominant, the need to attain its own economic independence (75.4%). For 12.6% of the children's work is considered the natural outlet to the course of study undertaken, 29.7% of them want to work because he does not like to study, while 22.4% take this path of economic necessity. Among those who do it for family economic needs outweigh the children of separated parents than the other (19.2% versus 7.7%). Finally it is clear that kids who have lived experience of family dissolution due to separation of the parents appear more mature than their peers, many of them, in fact, claim to be able to manage critical moments alone and be able to make choices on your own.
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