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Children with Working Parents

By | April 2012
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A Proposal to Investigate the Feasible and Psychologically Constructive Solutions for Children with Working Parents

Table of Contents
1. Introduction2
2. Problem Definition2
2.1. Time Management:2
2.2. Quality of Time:3
3. Proposed Solution Alternatives3
3.1 Improvement of Time Management:3
3.2 Improvement The Quality of Time Spending with Children:3
3.3 Web-cam Application:3
4. Criteria4
4.1Psychology of Children4
4.2Feasibility4
4.3Effectiveness4
5. Methodology4
5.1Interview with Children Psychologist4
5.2Survey with Children Who has Working Parents4
5.3Internet Search4
6. References5

A Proposal to Investigate the Feasible and Psychologically Constructive Solutions for Children with Working Parents 1. Introduction
“A young human being below the age of puberty or below the legal age of majority” [1] is the definition of child in Oxford dictionary. The world’s population is estimated to 7 billion with 2 billion children. [2] Turkey has a population of 73,722,998 and including approximately 22.6 million (30.7 %) children.[3] They have an important slide of the population and they are the adults of future. However, as recent conditions are required working more, there exist psychological problems of children with working parents. In this proposal it is intended to investigate the psychology of children with working parents and the possible solutions to influence the psychology of the children with working parents positively by evaluating alternatives. 2. Problem Definition

The researches alert that the children with working parents have some psychological and health problems. The study of Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality examines that child’s risk of having overnight hospitalizations, asthma episodes, and injuries or poisonings, a 200 percent increase if child has a working mother.[4]The NICHD Study of Early Child Care reports that a small minority of children ( 16%) who spent 30...

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