The Child Rearing Roles and Responsibilities of Women in Terms of Gender

The Child Rearing Roles and Responsibilities of Women in Terms of Gender

Hülya Öztop (Hacettepe University, Turkey), Pelin Pekmezci (Malatya Battalgazi Social Work Center, Turkey) and Ceyda Misirlioğlu (T. R. Credit and Dormitories Agency, Turkey)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-7772-1.ch023
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Abstract

The familial scene is one in which human emotions are displayed, and the child's role in this scene is to observe and experience human relations in all their complex aspects. This includes both positive behaviors, such as agreement, compromise, and loyalty and cooperation, as well as negative behaviors, such as disagreement, dispute, and conflict. In a healthy family, family members develop positive behaviors based on mutual respect and cooperation in accordance with responsibilities and roles of parents and children. Children learn about their roles and status in the society through the roles and responsibilities developed in line with basic family functions. Since individuals are born without any specific abilities, they need their families to acquire certain means and resources they need both personally and socially. Therefore, one of the most basic concepts for explaining the family's connection with society is that of gender and related processes.
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Research Methodology

In this study, literature review method was used. After determining the problem and sub-problems of the study, keywords were created. Due to ease of transportation literature are searched electronically. Science Direct, Web of Science, Google Scholar and Council of Higher Education Thesis Center were used as database. Relevant studies were recorded and reviewed.

Key Terms in this Chapter

COVID-19: A pandemic disease that caused by a newly infectious coronavirus.

Family Roles: It is expressed that are the recurrent patterns of behavior by which individuals fulfill family functions and needs.

Gender Roles: It is referred to the socially ascribed characteristics and expectations: attitudes, behaviors, beliefs and values associated with being male or female in a particular culture.

Gender: It is used to refer to socially constructed roles and cultural representations.

Parenting Roles: It can be explained as men’s and women’s role after being a family and having child/children.

Sex: It is defined as the biological status of a person as either male or female based on anatomical characteristics.

Child Rearing: It is the process of promoting and supporting the physical, emotional, social and intellectual development of a child from infancy to adulthood.

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