MADYANTIE, SEPTIRINA (2007) POLA KELEKATAN IBU DAN ANAK PADA KELUARGA BANJAR. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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Pastoral care from parent to child will lead attachment between children and parents. Attachment is the emotional bond special is happening on a reciprocal basis between children with mothers who can memeberikan sense of security to the children so that children gain compliance need for closeness, warmth, security and comfort of the mother. In each area must have characteristics that differ in terms of parenting and bonding behavior patterns among children with parents. In Banjar community family has a uniqueness in terms of child care. Holding of this study aims to determine the form of viscosity (Attachment) between mother and child in the family community Banjar. The study was a descriptive qualitative research. Subjects in This research is a child - children ages 1 to 3 years nurtured alone by her parents. She took the child with us he is 1 to 3 years at this age occurred separately anxiety (separation anxiety) between children with parents as objects lekatnya. Researchers using non random "Purposive sampling" to determine the study sample. Collection methods data used were observation and interviews. Observations made with participant observation, while the interviews were conducted in the mother or person parents and close relatives of the subject. Results obtained from research is that the child has a secure attachment to the object that is the main bonding mother. It can be seen kelekatannya pattern that is now close to his mother, the child always kissing, hugging, holding and spoiled at his mother. Children feel lost sense of security when left out the mother and child will get back a sense of security when the mother comes back near the child or any other attached object which can give a sense of security in children, like his father, uncle, aunt, grandmother, or grandfather. Similarly, when children meet new people knew, the child will feel insecure so that children will find a sense of safe return, found only on the object lekatnya. Characteristic Banjar society that tends to closed does not affect the pattern of attachment between object and child bonding. Stickiness ama n is influenced by the object adhesiveness is responsive and consistent on the needs and signals - signals given child.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology|
|Depositing User:||Zainul Afandi|
|Date Deposited:||20 Jun 2012 06:37|
|Last Modified:||20 Jun 2012 06:37|
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