Development of Vulnerable Groups’ Parental Competence as Mediating Factor for the Next Generation’s Socioeconomic Integration - Research Project
Impactul transformarilor socio-economice si tehnologice la nivel national, european si mondial; Nr.1/2015, Vol. 1
54 Pages Posted: 17 Jun 2015
Date Written: March 31, 2015
A lot of studies have proven the importance of the parental conduct for children’s formation and development and also the fact that difficult social situations, the lack of an adequate economic support and poverty can lead to deficiencies in the application of the parental roles and can also facilitate the child to develop deviant behaviours leaning towards infantile criminality and later (in the adulthood) a low socioprofessional insertion. Although there are numerous intervention programs for the vulnerable groups that focus on combating poverty and on professional reconversion and integration, there are no studies and programs dedicated to the improvement of the way persons from vulnerable groups relate to their children. The general objective of the research is to study and develop the parental competence of the members of vulnerable groups, in order to ensure the bases for their children to develop a harmonious personality, thus contributing to an increase of next generation’s socioeconomic potential and integration. The final purpose is to reduce the costs of the countermeasures taken to deal with certain social issues (criminality, violence, social alienation and marginalization etc.).
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Keywords: parental competence, socioeconomic integration, vulnerable groups, information and prevention, economic growth
JEL Classification: A10, A30
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