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Title:Sindrom pretirano ambicioznih staršev proti pravici otrok do igre ter prostega časa
Authors:Vrbnjak, Sandra (Author)
Kraljić, Suzana (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:PF - Faculty of Law
Abstract:Magistrsko delo obravnava fenomen sindroma pretirano ambicioznih staršev na eni ter pravico otrok do igre ter prostega časa na drugi strani. Da bi ugotovili, ali je sindrom pretirano ambicioznih staršev nekaj, kar je mogoče zaznati v resničnem življenju in ne zgolj v teoriji, smo se lotili raziskovanja, v smislu obdelave podatkov, ki so na voljo in zadevajo to področje. Ker pretirana ambicioznost staršev vpliva na povečan obseg obveznosti njihovih otrok ter s tem na čas, ki ga otrok lahko nameni prostemu času in igri, smo ugotavljali, kaj sploh je prosti čas in kaj igra. Ugotovili smo, da je otrokom že v mednarodnih aktih zagotovljena pravica do prostega časa in igre, ki bi jo tako starši kot tudi ostali, morali spoštovati. Starši imajo določene pravice ter dolžnosti oziroma obveznosti, ki se nanašajo na izobraževanje in vzgojo otrok, poskrbeti pa morajo tudi za njihov celovit razvoj. Njihovo glavno vodilo mora biti otrokova korist. Ambiciozni starši imajo visoka pričakovanja in veliko ambicij, ki zadevajo njihove otroke. Da bi jih ti dosegli oziroma uresničili, starši pretirano pritiskajo nanje. Otroci postajajo vedno bolj obremenjeni s šolskimi obveznosti, dodatno pa jih obremenjujejo še vedno bolj organizirane in strukturirane interesne dejavnosti. Zaradi teh jim premalo časa ostane za dejavnosti, ki bi jih lahko prilagodili svojim željam in interesom. Predvsem pa jim zmanjka časa za igro, glede katere je ugotovljeno, da ima pozitiven vpliv na razvoj otrok.
Keywords:roditeljska pravica, starševska skrb, izobraževanje, prostočasne dejavnosti, obremenjenost otrok
Year of publishing:2017
Publisher:[S. Vrbnjak]
Source:Maribor
UDC:347.61/.64:343.62-053.2(043.3)
COBISS_ID:5458987 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:1T0TZS5G
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Licensing start date:19.08.2017

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:The syndrome of excessively ambitious parents versus the children´s rights to play and their free time
Abstract:The master's thesis deals with the emergence of an over-ambitious parent syndrome on one hand, and the right of children to play and spare time on the other. To find out if the syndrome of too ambitious parents is something that can be detected in real life, and not only in theory, we began to research in terms of data processing that is available and relevant to this field. Since the over-ambition of parents causes the increased scope of their children's obligations and thus impacts the time that a child can devote to free time and play, we tried to find out what the free time and play really are. We found out, that children already have guaranteed right to free time and play in international acts, which both parents and others should respect. Parents have certain rights and obligations that relate to the education and upbringing of their children, and they also must ensure for their general development. Their main guidance must be for the benefit of the child. Ambitious parents have high expectations and many ambitions for their children. In order for a child to reach or realize them, parents often exert pressure on them. Children are becoming more and more burdened with school obligations, and are additionally burdened by more organized and structured extracurricular activities. Because of this, they do not have enough time for activities that can be adapted to their desires and interests, or play that has been found to have a positive impact on the child's development.
Keywords:parental right, parental care, education, leisure activities, children burden


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