MAS’UDAH, UMI (2007) IDENTIFIKASI REMAJA YANG DIASUH OLEH ORANG TUA TUNGGAL. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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The process of identification during adolescence is very important, because with such identification can strengthen its growth and I do play a role in adolescent identity formation. In the achievement of self-identity, the role of parents is very important because parents are the primary identification figure and the strongest for children. Nowadays many divorces occur that cause the number of children raised by single parents. Parental divorce or death of a parent causes a child loses a figure of identification. Figure identification is very important for youth development because the identification of the juvenile to perform the role according to gender and society demands. With the loss of one figure of identification, of course teenagers will experience some problems in carrying out its role The purpose of this research is to know how to identify the teen who was raised by single parents and obstacles encountered during the identification process. This research is qualitative. This research was conducted on September 12 to October 10, 2006 and November 6 to 27, 2006. in Malang and Batu with the subject as much as 4 people. Methods of data collection in this research is interview and observation. Data analysis used descriptive qualitative The results showed that there are differences experienced by each subject in terms of causes of the subjects raised by single parents. In subjects who cared for by family single parent due to divorce, there is a tendency of children do not have the ideal figure of identification for the trust to parents, especially those who have disappeared. In contrast to the family of the subject was raised by a single parent due to death of one parent, there is a tendency for the unidentified child with parents who nurture him or his closest relatives are considered ideal to be identified. Young women who cared for by her father and teenage son who was raised by mothers tend to have much difficulty in performing the role of both sexes mupun accordance with the demands of society. This is because there is no substitute figure for the subject. While the young man who was raised by her father and teenage daughter who was raised by mothers have no difficulty in carrying out his role because he has a figure that can serve as an example in doing the role according to gender and society demands.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology|
|Depositing User:||Zainul Afandi|
|Date Deposited:||21 Jun 2012 05:11|
|Last Modified:||21 Jun 2012 05:11|
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