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Effects of having an absentee (OFW) parents to their childre

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Effects of having an absentee (OFW) parents to their children

Anit, Jairah Mae T
Joya, Anne Nicole C

Statement of the problem
1. How do the children cope with an absentee (OFW) parent?
Significance of the Study
This study will benefit the following:
Objectives of the study
•To show the importance of children having their parents beside them while growing up.
2. How can absentee (OFW) parents guide their children across the miles?
3. How can absentee (OFW) parents improve their relationship with their children?
4. How do the children with absentee (OFW) parents behave and perform academically?
5. Why do the children build a big gap between their parents?
•To develop the absentee (OFW) parent-children relationship
•To illustrate how those children with OFW parents could manage that situation
• to explain how those children with OFW parents behave academically
•To explain how could the OFW parents still do their obligation as a parent to their children
•Students
•Parents
•Teachers
•Society
Review of Related Literature
2. How can absenteee parents guide their children across the miles?
1. How do the children cope with an absentee (OFW) parent?
•According to Battistela and Conaco- poorer social adjustments
•Based on 2003 Scalabrini study- they have generally adjusted socially
•Staying in touch
•Cellona- "OFWs are even closer to their children even if they are separated physically and they always find time to talk to their children online as often as possible."
•better living
•more monetary benefits in terms of foods, clothing and education
•monitor their study habits
3. How can absentee parents improve their relationship with their children?
•According to Tanalega:
•be truthful
•share feelings
• stay involve with your child's activities
4. How do the children with absentee parents behave and perform academically?
•According to Dr. Cellona- students perform well
•participative and active in school
•interactive with classmates
5. Why do the children build a big gap between their parents?
•According to Watin(clinical psychologist):
•they pamper their children with material things as expression of love
•lack of communication
•misguided
Conclusion
Effects of having absentee(OFW) parents to their children
Positive
Negative
•responsible
•independent
•initiative
•performs effectively academic
•attention-seeker
•emotional
•they build a big gap between their parents
•victims of bullying
•victims of pre-marital sex and early pregnancy
References:
Berk, L. (1941). Child Development.
Hutter, M. (1991). The Family Experiences.
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