Research in Broken Family Essay

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TITLE: Behavior and coping mechanism of pupils from broken family. INTRODUCTION People marry for many reasons, including one or more of the following: legal, social, libidinal, emotional, economic, spiritual, and religious. These might include arranged marriages, family obligations, the legal establishment of a nuclear family unit, the legal protection of children and public declaration of commitment.

Family is the basic components of the society. And we believes that the number one ingredients on youth’s happy life are their family, that the parents are the most important source of youth’s behavior, which effect to their outlook in life.
A broken family refers to a family who has been separated or
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It also looked at conduct disorders which result in aggressive, violent or anti-social behavior.
The researchers studied nearly 8,000 children aged between five and 16 in 2004 and found almost one in ten had disorders. The children were checked again last year.
The report said that a child whose parents had split during this time was more than four and a half times more likely to have developed an emotional disorder than one whose parents stayed together.
They were nearly three times more likely to exhibit a conduct disorder.
Eleven per cent of those children whose families broke up had emotional disorders, against 3 per cent among those whose families were still together.
Nearly a third of children found to have mental disorders in 2004 still suffered from them three years later.
The Department of Health said: ‘The Government is committed to helping children and young people experiencing mental health problems.’
But academic Patricia Morgan, author of several studies on family break-up, said: ‘This does not come as a surprise, and things are going to get worse.
‘Broken families and serial fathers produce homes full of conflict and chaos and they are terrible for children.’

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