Research Paper of Broken Family

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Scope and Limitation

The scope of this study focused on issues and problems surrounding students of STMA. This research was limit and conducted only at the school campus during the final grading period of the school year 2011-2012. The respondents of this study were the fourth year students from the different section and classes of the school. The instrument used in this study it’s the question and answer type of an interview, wherein Co students with different status in life are asked to answer certain questions with Regards to their family background, academic performance and their influences, Broken Family in particular as the main issue of influence, Furthermore, Different organization in this community were also asked for a quick interview. The fact that STMA boasts of Numerous awards in the performing arts, sports and academics serves enough information to arouse our curiosity. This study also hopes to establish whether being Part of broken family influences makes student a leader, a troublemaker, or a nuisance to the school.

Chapter II : Related Literature

The selection and influence has historically been ignored in research on proximate broken family influence. Many studies attributes similarities among family to family and not to selection processes. According to the study by sociologist Chris Menning has revealed that children of separated or divorce parents do not simply absorb parental resources as sponges absorb water. Rather, they gather and interpret information about their parents, dodge question, engineer images of themselves, party parents. Maneuver between households and cut ties parents with parents in effort to exert their own authority and to secure their individual identities. The study found that adolescents used several strategies in this effort, in order to manipulate their parents, including moving from...
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