Broken Family

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“The Price of a broken home and a broken family to children”

A research study
Presented to the faculty of
The Basic Education University of
Cebu Lapu-lapu and Mandaue

In Partial Fulfillment
of the Requirements for research study of
English IV

By: Venice M. Tan
March 7, 2013

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I would like to acknowledge and extend my heartfelt gratitude to the following persons who have made the completion of this Research possible: Our Teacher, Ms. Debra Llagas ,for her vital encouragement and support. Erlinda Taneo My Mother, for her understanding and assistance. IV-EMERALD for the help and inspiration they extended.

Most especially to my family and friends
And to God, who made all things possible.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction------------------------------------------------------------- 1 Statement of the Problem---------------------------------------------- 2 Objectives---------------------------------------------------------------- 3 Background of the study----------------------------------------------- 4 Definition of Terms----------------------------------------------------- 5 Significance of the Study----------------------------------------------- 6 Methodology------------------------------------------------------------- 7 Scope and Limitation---------------------------------------------------- 8 Finding / Conclusion----------------------------------------------------- 9 Reference ------------------------------------------------------------------ 10 Appendix------------------------------------------------------------------- 11 Curriculum Vitae / Resume---------------------------------------------- 12

INTRODUCTION
“The Price of a Broken Home and a Broken Family to Children “

Family is the basic components of the society. And the researcher 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.       So if the parents are separated, how does it affect the youth and what can they do about it? When parents split up, there can be many emotions that a youth may have to deal with. These feelings, internalized or expressed, will result in certain behavior that will possibly affect to the youth’s outlook in life.

  Having to deal with separated parents can sometimes also be much harder than if one were to grieve their loss through death.       Some people, however, swing to the opposite end by denying that it affects them. They try to go on merrily in their lives projecting an image that they are handling it well. The truth is, there is a world of difference between what one experiences in a healthy family versus one that is broken. It does not, however, spell condemnation or doom in your life. You can do something about it. This implies that they need to take time to identify the feelings and thoughts that are running through them. To ask all the questions they need to ask, and then allow themselves to grieve through this loss. Only when they know what they feel, can they learn to overcome it, and move on with better strength, positiveness and hope.

Statement of the Problem

What is Family?

What is Divorce?

What are the effects of broken home / family to children?

What are some causes of broken family?

Does being from a broken family affect the child’s school performance?

What are the behaviors that will possibly affect to the youths who are a product of a broken family outlook in life?

How can broken families be prevented?

OBJECTIVES

General-
Children growing up as members of the same family, sharing a common household with their parents participate in constructing a world that is both unique to the family. And dependent upon the society beyond the family (Handel, 1967).There is a general social...
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