Parental Alienation Syndrome and its Impact on Child Poverty

Parental Alienation Syndrome and its Impact on Child Poverty

Parental Alienation Syndrome and its Impact on Child Poverty

Parental Alienation Syndrome and its Impact on Child Povertys

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Référence bibliographique [4007]

Stergiou, Maria. 2004. «Parental Alienation Syndrome and its Impact on Child Poverty». Dans Actes du 5e Congrès international sur l’enfant, Montréal, Québec, Canada, 23, 24 et 25 mai 2002. Les enfants et la pauvreté : l’impact des choix économiques, sociaux et politiques , sous la dir. de Dominic A. D’Abate et Rowe, William S., p. 122-125. Montréal: Theo Done & Associates.

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1. Objectifs


Intentions :
L’auteure de cet article vise à examiner l’influence du syndrome d’aliénation parentale sur la pauvreté de l’enfant.

2. Méthode


Échantillon/Matériau :
- Données documentaires diverses (voir références, p. 125);
- Statistiques : celles de Statistique Canada notamment.

Type de traitement des données :
Analyse de contenu

3. Résumé


« An in-depth examination as to how PAS impacts and/or leads to child poverty in Canada is a necessary one, for it will address the question does PAS impact and/or lead to child poverty? This is an important question within the academic realm of psychology, education, as well as economics, for the psychological dynamics within a family may impact and/or impact economic stability. Therefore, in order to address this issue, a definition of poverty will be provided, as well as Canadian statistics on poverty. Then, a further look into PAS and how Canadian families have been affected by PAS will be looked at. Finally, it will be concluded that certain family dynamics may lead to PAS, and this can then impact and/or lead to the depletion of the families’ resources, and thus child poverty. » (p. 122)