THE EFFECT OF A “BROKEN FAMILY” TO A STUDENT’S PERFORMANCE IN SCHOOL A Research Proposal Presented to the Faculty of Rizal National Science High School In Fulfilment Of the Requirement in Research III Submitted by: Luigi Boy C.
Echica March 2010 ABSTRACT The Family is an essential factor for a human’s whole-being, everything about a man, his background, attitude, all of his achievements, his honor and dignity , relies on the structure of the family a man lives in with.
Researchers found that the way in which children understood the conflicts between their parents had different effects on their emotional and behavioural problems.
Where children blamed themselves for the conflicts between their parents, they were more likely to have behavioural problems, such as anti-social behaviour.
Professor Anita Thapar, of the Institute of Psychological Medicine and Clinical Neurosciences at Cardiff University said "The research showed the pattern of family and genetic contributions varied for different types of child mental health problem as well as for boys and girls.
This research looked at the relationship between genetic liability to child mental health problems and negative family experiences in the development of these problems and sought to take account of specific parental influences on children." The research also found that girls may be a higher risk for depression when their parent's relationship is hostile or there is a negative mother-child relationship.Analogies are made between normative families and traditional modes of defining art and ethical family relations and ethical notions of art.In the last chapter I suggest that relations that are core and normative are linked to marginal relations through ethical links made by liminal figures that pass between them.Seeking a professional family problems therapist may help. Every family is unique with its own combination of strengths and weaknesses.Sometimes families get overwhelmed by what seems like an endless list of challenges when it comes to juggling work, school and individual family members' needs. Sometimes families get overwhelmed by what seems like an endless list of challenges when it comes to juggling work, school and individual family members' needs. Every family is unique with its own combination of strengths and weaknesses.Professor Gordon Harold of the University of Leicester said the research highlighted the importance of ensuring that intervention programmes focused on helping parents to resolve these day-to-day conflicts with their partner, while also reiterating the importance of promoting positive parenting strategies.As the nature of the parents' relationship is so important, intervention programmes that focus solely on parenting skills and practices may miss out ways of helping children deal with emotional and behavioural problems especially when there are high levels of inter-parental conflict.And sometimes families are blindsided by a huge upheaval such as a mental or physical illness, a job loss, or an addiction.Even "joyful" events such as a wedding, a job promotion, or a financial windfall can disrupt a family with unexpected consequences.