Socio-cultural and developmental aspects within parenting in post-divorce interparental conflict: guidelines for understanding children´s experience and non-resident parents

In this paper, the perspective and experience that children within post-divorce interparental conflict have, is discussed from a developmental psychology culturally sensitive approach. Cues for understanding developmental paths, consequences on children development are discussed. It begins with a re...

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Main Author: Rosabal Coto, Mariano
Format: Artículo
Language: Español
Published: 2015
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Online Access: http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/actualidades/article/view/2346
http://hdl.handle.net/10669/12678
Summary: In this paper, the perspective and experience that children within post-divorce interparental conflict have, is discussed from a developmental psychology culturally sensitive approach. Cues for understanding developmental paths, consequences on children development are discussed. It begins with a review of the main theoretical constructs that frame local parenting and contextualizes on post-divorce families. It deepens the research on the topic of relationships with parental figures, particularly with non-residents and is linked to both individual development perspective, and the parent’s relationships. The conclusions point to a relational approach experience and the subjectivity, as well further research directions on research and eventual clinical intervention with children in these contexts.