Formes, Dianne H.
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THE STRUGGLES OF A BOY WITH A BROKEN FAMILY
According to Leo Castro, from the book The Factors Adolescents she revealed that the body turmoil in the adolescent is both profound and unexpected, this is also concerned chiefly with working satisfactory relationship with peers and with gaining control over the immediate environment and over self, this is perfectly normal and necessary step in the gradual emancipation of a child from the emotionality’s that bind him to his home. In some instance, and individual remains in the stages of development and becomes permanently attached to other members of the same sex. These are due to the following reasons: (a) Absence of the same sex role models in the family. (b) Traumatic experience, (c) Reinforcing behavior
The absence of father presents no male image for the son. Brothers also play a vital role on the development of a child the amount of time she spends with the children is not important, but the kind of the relationship between them Cruz, even said, that the mixture of boys and girls will be determined in part by the relationship of each child to their father or mother, each parents attitudes towards him.
According to F.Rice, from the book The Adolescent, the common assumption has been that boys raise by their mothers and who therefore lack on effective father figure are more likely to score lower on measures of masculinity, to have masculine self-concepts and sex roles orientations, and to be more dependent less aggressive, and competent, in peer relationship than those whose fathers are present. The younger the boy is when he is separated from his father and the longer of the separation the more the boy will be affected in his early years. The older a boy gets, however the early effects of father absence decreases.
Rice pointed out that the absence depends particularly on whether boys have male surrogate models. Father...