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Title:PRIMERJAVA NAVEZANOSTI, OBJEKTNIH ODNOSOV IN PROCESA SEPARACIJE-INDIVIDUALIZACIJE PRI EDINCIH IN OSEBAH Z BRATI ALI S SESTRAMI
Authors:Uršič, Tina (Author)
Žvelc, Gregor (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Psihični svet posameznika se gradi v otroštvu na podlagi odnosov s pomembnimi drugimi. Ta trditev je zelo pomembna za vse teoretične koncepte v naši nalogi: navezanost, objektni odnosi, separacija in individualizacija. Obravnavani so bili že v nekaj študijah, a nobena ni zajemala edincev kot preučevane skupine. Ti se nam zdijo specifična skupina, vredna globljega raziskovanja. O edincih je napisanih mnogo trditev, največkrat gre le za stereotipe in posploševanja. Zato smo se v magistrski nalogi odločili to skupino podrobneje raziskati in obenem primerjati s posamezniki, ki imajo sorojence. Namen raziskave je bil ugotoviti, ali prihaja do razlik v navezanosti, objektnih odnosih in procesu separacije in individualizacije med edinci in osebami s sorojenci. V raziskavi je sodelovalo 200 udeležencev, starih od 18 do 27 let. Od tega je bilo 59 edincev in 141 oseb s sorojenci. Uporabljeni so bili Vprašalnik medosebnih odnosov (Bartholomew in Horowitz, 1991), Test objektnih odnosov (Žvelc, 1998) in Slikovni test separacije in individualizacije (Žvelc in Žvelc, 2000). Rezultati so pokazali, da obstajajo razlike med edinci, in tistimi, ki imajo sorojence, v procesu separacije in individualizacije v odnosu do matere in očeta. Edinci so nekoliko bolj avtonomni v odnosu s starši. Rezultati raziskave tako ne potrjujejo stereotipov o edincih.
Keywords:Edinci, sorojenci, navezanost, objektni odnosi, separacija in individualizacija.
Year of publishing:2014
Publisher:[T. Uršič]
Source:Maribor
UDC:159.923(043.2)
COBISS_ID:20945672 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:REHUOYBU
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Language:English
Title:COMPARISON OF ATTACHMENT, OBJECT RELATIONS AND THE PROCESS OF SEPARATION-INDIVIDUATION AMONG ONLY CHILDREN AND INDIVIDUALS WITH SIBLINGS
Abstract:The psychic world of the individual is being built on the basis of relations in childhood with significant others. This is very important for all theoretical concepts in our thesis: attachment, object relations, separation and individualization. They have already been studied in a few former studies, but none of them have included the only children as the study group. In our opinion, the only children seem to be a specific group, worth of deeper exploration. There are many arguments written about only children but they are only stereotypes and generalizations. Therefore, we have decided in our master’s to study this group a bit more in details and at the same time to compare this group to individuals who have siblings. The purpose of the research was to determine whether there are any differences in attachment, object relations and the process of separation and individualization among only children and people with siblings. There are 200 participants included into the research, aged 18 to 27. 59 of them are only children and 141 people have siblings. Relationship Questionnaire (Bartholomew and Horowitz, 1991), The object relations test (Žvelc, 1998) and the Pictorial test of separation and individualization were used. The results showed that there are some differences in the process of separation and individualization among only children and people with siblings. Only children are more autonomous in their relationship with parents. Our results do not confirm stereotypes about the only children.
Keywords:The only children, siblings, attachment, object relations, separation, individualization.


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