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Family Upbringing Determines Students' Attitude

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Children sometimes grow up in dysfunctional families.A dysfunctional family is a family in which conflict, misbehavior, and often child neglect or abuse on the part of individual parents occur continually and regularly, leading other members to accommodate such actions. Most of the time,children think that this situation is normal.

A child may be unfairly blamed for the family's dysfunction, and placed under even greater stress than those whose parents divorce.The recent death of a family member may also be the cause of a student's bad behaviour.

Here are some examples of the effects on children:

1. Feeling angry,anxious,depressed,isolated from others and unloveable 2. Severe mental issues,such as having suicidal thoughts and depression 3. May be a subjected to drugs,alcohol and smoking
4. Bullying or harassing others
5. Speech disorder
6. Dropping out of school
7. Struggling academically
8. Joining a cult
9. Distrusts others
10. Running away from home

the systematic, purposeful influence of the adult members of a family and family ways on the child. The main, general objective of family upbringing is to prepare children for life under existing social conditions. The more narrow, specific objective is to make sure that children master the knowledge, skills, and habits necessary for normal personality development in the family.

The goals and means of family upbringing are determined by the socioeconomic structure and the level of cultural development. Family upbringing is usually organized on the basis of the ideology, morality, and system of interpersonal relations in the social stratum to which the family belongs. It is inextricably linked with adult self-education and with the development in adults of qualities and character traits that ensure an effective pedagogical influence on children.

In class antagonistic formations, family upbringing has a class character (under feudalism, an estate character), and it is significantly...