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Title:Vzorci otrokove navezanosti, ki se kažejo ob odhodu iz vrtca
Authors:Petrič, Tamara (Author)
Cugmas, Zlatka (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf VS_Petric_Tamara_2017.pdf (1,41 MB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:V diplomskem delu z naslovom Vzorci otrokove navezanosti, ki se kažejo ob odhodu iz vrtca smo proučevali vzorce otrokove navezanosti. Navezanost označujemo kot odnos med staršem in otrokom. Obstajajo štiri kategorije navezanosti, v katere uvrstimo otroke, glede na vzorce njihovega obnašanja do starša; to so varna navezanost, upirajoča navezanost, izogibajoča navezanost in dezorganizirana navezanost. Najboljši pokazatelj otrokove navezanosti na starša je otrokov odziv na starša ob ponovnem snidenju in ne ob ločitvi od starša, torej se vzorec navezanosti pokaže, ko starš pride po otroka v vrtec. Naš primarni cilj je ugotoviti, kateri vzorci navezanosti se najpogosteje pokažejo, ko pridejo starši po otroke v vrtec, in ali obstajajo razlike v navezanosti glede na spol otrok, spol starša, starost otrok in čas njihove vključenosti v vrtec. Z analizo vprašanj iz anketnega vprašalnika smo ugotovili, da se pri večini otrok v največji meri pojavljajo vzorci varne navezanosti na starše. Prav tako nismo ugotovili posebnih razlik v navezanosti glede na zgoraj opisane dejavnike. V sklepnem delu smo podrobneje predstavili ugotovitve, ki smo jih pridobili med pisanjem zaključnega dela in naše ideje o nadaljnjem raziskovanju navezanosti predšolskih otrok.
Keywords:Otrok, starši, navezanost, vrtec, odhod iz vrtca, predšolsko obdobje
Year of publishing:2017
Publisher:[T. Petrič]
Source:Maribor
UDC:159.922.7-053.4(043.2)
URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:JJIYAT77
COBISS_ID:23262728 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Patterns of child's attachment, which show upon leaving kindergarten
Abstract:In the diploma thesis titled Patterns of Children’s Attachment as Manifested upon Leaving Kindergarten, we examined the patterns of children’s attachment. The latter is denoted as the relationship between the parent and the child. There are four categories of attachment, in which children can be classified depending on the patterns of behaviour they display towards their parent: secure attachment, anxious-ambivalent attachment (also known as resistant attachment), anxious-avoidant attachment and disorganized/disoriented attachment. Rather than upon their separation, a child’s attachment to their parent can best be seen in the child’s reaction to their parent upon seeing them again; the attachment pattern can therefore be identified when the parent returns to the kindergarten to pick up their child. Our primary aim was to establish which attachment patterns are the most common when the parents come to pick up their children, and to ascertain whether any differences exist in terms of the children’s/parents’ gender, the children’s age and the time of their attending kindergarten. By analysing the answers from the survey questionnaire, we found out that the majority of the children mostly display patterns of secure attachment to their parents. No significant differences were detected in relation to the above-referenced factors. In the final part of the thesis, we provided detailed findings that came up while writing the diploma thesis, along with our ideas on further research that could be conducted on the attachment of pre-school children.
Keywords:Child, parents, attachment, leaving kindergarten, pre-school period


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