Porodični odnosi i funkcije socijalno ugroženih porodica – studija slučaja

  • Snežana S. Stojšin Filozofski fakultet Novi Sad
Кључне речи: funkcije porodice, siromaštvo, socijalno ugroženi, metod slučaja, kvalitativno istraživanje

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Family relations and the functions of

socially endangered families – a case study

 

The basic hypothesis of this research indicates the existence of the differences in the relations and family functions in socially endangered families in comparison with the theoretically established relations and functions in the majority of families in the contemporary Serbian society. The framework for studying this problem was the method of case study and reliance on a large number of sources of data such as deep interviews, documents of the Social Services of the town of Novi Sad, the informants’ letters, interviews with social workers, reports of people in charge of cases, statistical data etc.

The paper analyzes seven different socially endangered families, their life histories and ways of establishing family functions.

The research shows that family functions were not fully accomplished and that some functions did not exist at all. These are most frequently the economic function and the function of child protection. Economic inactivity, reliance on social welfare and occasional participation in grey economy are characteristic for the majority of socially endangered families.

Not performing economic function greatly affects not performing in other family functions as well. The research has indicated that different patterns of behaviour and not performing functions are surely a result of the constant reliance on the programmes of social welfare of socially endangered families. These programmes in no way represent a permanent solution of existential problems of socially endangered families, which is the greatest misconception of the users of these programmes. Contrary to general beliefs, they influence the passivization of family members and prevent changes in distancing from poverty culture. The examples of families who “solved” their financial problems indicate that economic factors are in the majority of cases crucial for normal functioning of families. It seems that solving financial problems represents an incentive for performing other family functions.

 

Key words: family functions, poverty, socially endangered, method of case study, qualitative research.

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