master's thesis
Family resilience: the perspective of youth and their parents

Kaja Žulić (2016)
Metadata
TitleRazlika u percepciji obiteljske otpornosti kod djece i roditelja
AuthorKaja Žulić
Mentor(s)Martina Ferić (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Cilj ovog rada bio je prikazati percepciju obiteljske otpornosti djece i njihovih roditelja te istražiti razlike u komponentama obiteljske otpornosti između njih. Korišteni rezultati dobiveni su projektom Istraživanje obiteljske otpornosti (Edukacijsko-rehabilitacijski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, 2016). Istraživanje se temeljilo na Walshinom (2006, prema Berc, 2012) konceptualnom okviru koji objašnjava obiteljsku otpornost kroz tri procesa: a) izgradnju obiteljskog sustava vjerovanja, b) stvaranje modela obiteljske organizacije i c) stvaranje komunikacijskih procesa u obitelji. U istraživanju je upitnike u potpunosti ispunilo 304 učenika i 194 roditelja iz Zagreba i Ivanić Grada. Podaci su bili prikupljani instrumentom FRAS (Family Resilience Assessment Scale) kojeg je razvila Sixbey (2005, prema Tucker Sixbey, 2005) i njime potvrdila 6 Walshinih komponenti obiteljske otpornosti: obiteljska komunikacija i rješavanje problema, korištenje ekonomskih i socijalnih resursa, zadržavanje pozitivne perspektive, obiteljska povezanost, duhovnost obitelji i sposobnost pronalaženja smisla u nedaćama. Rezultati su bili obrađivani deskriptivnom statistikom i analizom varijance. Pretpostavka je bila da postoje statistički značajne razlike u percepciji djece i roditelja na svih šest komponenti obiteljske otpornosti na način da roditelji sve komponente percipiraju u višim vrijednostima. To je bilo u skladu s rezultatima dosadašnjih istraživanja koja su zaključila da roditelji pretežno pozitivnije percipiraju svoju roditeljsku ulogu, obiteljsku situaciju, razinu komunikacije i bliskosti te lokalnu zajednicu procjenjuju sigurnijom (Ferić, 2008). Rezultati Mann-Whitney testa upućuju na odbacivanje početne hipoteze. Na dva faktora su dokazane statistički značajne razlike između djece i roditelja, na faktoru Korištenje ekonomskih i socijalnih resursa i faktoru Zadržavanje pozitivne perspektive na način da ih djeca procjenjuju pozitvnije, a istovremeno i ostale faktore djeca procjenjuju višim vrijednostima. Rezultati dobiveni ovim radom mogu koristiti kao poticaj za daljnja istraživanja i potvrđivanje ili odbacivanje sada dobivenih rezultata te kao smjernica za prilagodbu rada s obiteljima u kojima roditelji ne moraju biti glavni nositelji odgovornosti za obiteljske procese, već i djeca pokazuju optimizam i snagu za nošenje s kriznim situacijama.
Keywordsfamily family resilience difference in parents and children perception
Parallel title (English)Family resilience: the perspective of youth and their parents
Committee MembersMartina Ferić (committee chairperson)
Ivana Jeđud Borić (committee member)
Ivana Maurović (committee member)
GranterSveučilište u Zagrebu
Edukacijsko-rehabilitacijski fakultet
PlaceZagreb
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineSOCIAL SCIENCES
Education/Rehabilitation Sciences
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelgraduate
Study programmeSocial Pedagogy
Academic title abbreviationmag. paed. soc.
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2016-09-19
Parallel abstract (English)
The aim of this study was to show the perception of family resilience of children and their parents and to explore differences in the components of family resistance between them. The results obtained from the Research on family resilience (Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Zagreb). The survey is based on conceptual framework of Walsh (2006, according to Berc, 2012) which explains the family resilience through three processes: a) the construction of family belief systems, b) family organization, and c) communication processes within the family. The study included 304 students and 194 parents from Zagreb and Ivanić Grad. Data were collected using the instrument FRAS (Family Resilience Assessment Scale) developed by Sixbey (2005, according to Tucker Sixbey, 2005). Sixbey confirmed 6 components of family resilience that Walsh proposed: family communication and problem solving, use of economic and social resources, maintaining a positive perspective, family connections, spirituality of family and ability to find meaning in adversity. The results were analyzed by descriptive statistics and analysis of variance. The assumption was that there were no statistically significant differences in the perception of children and parents on all six components of the family resilience and that the parents perceived all components in higher values. This was in line with the results of previous studies that have concluded that parents have largely positive perception of their parental role, family situation, the level of communication and closeness and the safeness of local community (Ferić, 2008). The results of the Mann-Whitney test indicated the rejection of the initial hypothesis. Only two factors have proven statistically significant differences between children and parents - the use of economic and social resources and maintaining a positive perspective. Children perceive all of the components in higher values. The results obtained in this work/study at hand can be used as an incentive and support for further research and confirmation or rejection of results gained in this study. They can also be used as a guidance for adjustment of working with families where parents do not have to be the main carriers of responsibility for family processes, but also the children show optimism and strength to deal with the crisis situations and diversity.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)obitelj obiteljska otpornost razlika u percepciji roditelja i djece
Resource typetext
Access conditionOpen access
Terms of useAll rights reserved
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:158:387789
CommitterIvanka Šarić