Netekties teisiniai aspektai: šeimoje netektį patyrusio vaiko saugi klasės aplinka kaip jo palankesnės socializacijos veiksnys.
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This paper deals with safety within the classroom for grieving primary school children, and the link between those two categories, safety and socialization, is also shown. The significance of feeling safe while in the classes is highly marked in this research, and, picking the indicators of a safe classroom, the classroom environment of grieving primary school children is revealed in this work. As C. Thornton conceptualizes, childhood is the time of learning from various experiences. This is the time, especially beginning with the school year, when a child develops cognitively, physically, and socially. Thus every single moment in childhood is useful, even though it were the loss of a loved one. The period from 7-11 years of age is mainly stressed as school life comes into a child’s social field. The school, in many ways, may compensate the grieving child’s socialization processes that are laden within non-full family. The relation between a loss in the family and a child’s socialization is stressed in many psychological and educational works. The loss experienced is a very difficult matter for a child, who tries to internalize his/her family’s traditions, values and also to form his/her identity. After the loss a child loses the object of identification with whom. As research shows, the need for identification, which is not satisfied can burden the value internalization as well. Put in other words, boys, who have lost their fathers and girls, who have lost their mothers, partly lose self-identification as a man and as a woman. [...]
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