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id=9L7cAssKMLcC&pg=PA162&lpg=PA162&dq=divorce+father+frequency+of+visits& source=bl&ots=RDA6YE9wQ2&sig=5k3HEd11TYWQDktedEBsmz4Pra0&hl=ro&ei=qj ZPTIaIs_eOMHUmcQB&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3&ved=0CCMQ6AEwAg# v=onepage&q=divorce%20father%20frequency%20of%20visits&f=false Studiul Copiii si contactul post-divort cu tatii Mit : faptul ca un contact mai frecvent cu tatii are rezultate mai bune asupra dezvoltarii copiilor Fapt: s-au facut foarte putin cercetari asupra relatiei dintre implicarea tatilor care nu locuiesc cu copiii si rezultatele asupra copiilor Fapt: studiile arata pareri impartite despre implicarea tatilor in viata copiilor. Mai multe studii de amploare nu au gasit asocieri intre cantitatea contactelor dintre copii cu tatii divortati si diferite masuratori ale starii de bine a copiilor (King, 1994; Furstenberg, Morgan, and Allison, 1987). Alte studii au descoperit ca un contact continuu in timp a fost relationat cu scoruri psihologice imbunatatite, mai putine probleme comportamentale si relatii mai bune cu colegii (Peterson and Zill, 1986; Wallerstein and Kelly, 1980)
Fapt: apropierea fizica dar indepartarea psihologica a tatalui in interactiunea cu copiii pare a afecta comportamentul copiilor in rau, in timp ce copiii ai caror tati au fost implicati, din punct de vedere psihologic si fizic, dezvoltau mai putin probleme comportamentale. The physically close but psychologically distant parent-child interaction seemed to affect the child's behavior detrimentally, whereas children with physically and psychologically close interaction with their parents showed less behavioral problems... " Children did better where the family boundaries were clear. "In the families where there was a lot of confusion in the family boundaries both the physical and psychological involvement of the father with the family and the children was occasional and often caused problems. The parents interacted with each other only because of the children, but they had nothing else in common... In the well-functioning families where, according to mothers' reports, both the mother and the children had accepted the physically absent father inside the family boundaries the children had fewer behavioral problems."
Anja Taanila et al. Effects of Family Interaction on the Child's Behavior In Single-Parent or Reconstructed Families, Family Process (2002) -Vol. 41 Issue 4 557-736 Fapt: cele mai multe studii nu au descoperit o legatura semnificativa intre contactul cu tatii divortati si bunastarea copiilor (Furstenberg et al., 1987; King, 1994). Intr-un studiu care a gasit o corelatie pozitiva

intre aceste variabile, s-a demonstrat ca relatia cu tatal era benefic doar in masura in care ambii parinti se intelegeau bine in prezenta copiilor (si in general). Cercetarile despre asocierea dintre frecventa contactelor tata-copil si rezultatele asupra comportametului copiilor ai si ele rezultate impartite, dar in general studii de amploare nu au gasit nici o relatie intre aceste aspecte. Dovezile nu sustin opinia conform careia contacte mai frecvente cu tatii sunt in mod automat sau intotdeauna benefice pentru copii.

http://www. B. 1986. & Allison. Nonresident father involvement and child well-being. (1991). including the presence of delinquency. Abelsohn. 52. King. Divided families: What happens to children when parents part. (1994). Journal of Marriage and the Family. in timp ce altele au rezultate contrare.childtrends. Furstenberg. & Allison. F. P. close ties to their fathers were neither more or less successful than those who had low or inconsistent levels of contact and intimacy with their fathers. V. New York: Basic Books. friends.. the children's behavioral adjustment was also unrelated to the level of intimacy and identification with the nonresidential father. (1987). P. What counts is not the quantity of time. Parental participation and children's well-being after marital dissolution.Unele cercetari demonstreaza mai putine probleme de comportament si o bunastare psihologica. Cambridge. American Sociological Review.. 15. 695-701. P. The Difficult Divorce: Therapy for Children and Families. Paternal participation and children's well-being after marital dissolution. Furthermore.org/dadchild. Regularitarea si predictibilitatea vizitelor este mult mai importanta decat frecventa lor Fact: "[P]aternal contact was unrelated to several measures of well-being. 78-96. Journal of Family Issues. & Allison. Morgan. Jr. The regularity and predictability of visits is more important than frequency of visits. Teen-agers who saw their fathers regularly were just as likely as were those with infrequent contact to have problems in school or engage in delinquent acts and precocious sexual behavior. 963-972. F. F." Furstenberg.B. Moreover. F. (1987). King V. A.A.. depression. & Cherlin. 695-701. when the children in the NSC were reinterviewed in 1987 at ages 18 to 23. citing. Variation in the consequences of nonresident father involvement for children's well-being. in raport cu calitatea relatiei tata-copil Ibid.).. Fact: "The amount of contact that children had with their fathers seemed to make little difference for their well-being. F. P. those who had retained stable. 52. Furstenberg. F.. Montalvo and D. Morgan. No differences were observed even among the children who had both regular contact and close relations with their father outside the home. Se pare ca frecventa contactelor este mai putin importanta pentru bunastarea copiilor. Isaacs. Paternal participation and children's well-being after marital dissolution. (1994)." M. 52.. D. and dissatisfaction (with self. Morgan. American Sociological Review. distress (including feelings of loneliness. 56. MA: Harvard University Press.htm Fact: "The cumulative body of social science research does not support the presumption that frequent and continuing access by both parents lies at the core of the child's best interest. P.. academic difficulty. etc. S. family. or anxiety). 695-701. American Sociological Review. but the extent to which the access parent and child have a relationship in which the child feels valued. . S. (1987). S.." Furstenberg.