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Parents Subjectivity in a Family with Disabled Children and Choice of Education Model

Valeria Sizikova, Olga Anikeeva

Medailon autora:

Valeria Sizikova, Dean of the Social Work Faculty at Russian State Social University, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor. Sphere of scientific interests includes professional social education and analysis of specialist practical experience, social work with families with disabled members, author of various articles and textbooks on theoretical and practical problems in social work.

Olga Anikeeva, Associate Professor of Social Work Department at Russian State Social University, Candidate of Historical Sciences. Research interests include professional social education, history and theory of social work, social work with families with disabled members, author of various articles and textbooks on theoretical and practical problems in social work.


OBJECTIVES: The article is based on the authors’ study of parental views in a family with a disabled child, the study of the parent`s subjectivity (awareness of their role in raising a child) and their choice of a behavioural model in the upbringing process. THEORETICAL BASE: Includes concepts of social views (Moscovici, 1973; 2000), subjectivity of individual personality (Leontyev, 1975), the concept of social design based on social perceptions (Lahlou, 2015), and the social concept of disability, socialization, and social adaptation of a child with disabilities. OUTCOMES: The research studies parent`s self-esteem, gives an assessment of their readiness to fulfil parental responsibilities in raising a disabled child, and identifies patterns of parent behaviour in the child raising process. METHODS: the study used a pilot questionnaire (n56), a semi-structured indepth interview method (n12), an expert survey of specialists and leaders of social organizations providing social and pedagogical support (n12), as well as modelling method. SOCIAL WORK IMPLICATIONS: The identified assessments and models of parental behaviours are important components for further developing the formation of professional support views and programmes, the support for changing problematic parental approaches and shortcomings, and the formation of meaningful social partnership between the family with a disabled child and specialists who provide professional assistance.

Klíčová slova:

disabled child, family with a disabled child, parenthood, parents’ subjectivity, parenting models, patterns of behaviour, parenting process, professional social assistance

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