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Realizacja zadań rozwojowych przez młodzież z rodzin z leczącym się i pijącym ojcem alkoholikiem

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Developmental tasks accomplishment by youth from families with treated and drinking alcohol father
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The problem at work that is being focused on the adolescent’s developmental tasks in families with alcohol problems, especially in families with treated alcoholics. In present work was hypothesised that treatment of alcoholic fathers would be the one of the important protective factors in families with alcoholism. The first question addressed was whether children of treated alcoholics have been differed from children of drinking alcoholics according to the developmental tasks. The next question addressed was whether the specific family context was associated with the adolescent’s development. Participants included 91 children age 17-18. The research sample comprised three groups: 31 children of drinking alcoholics, 30 children of treated alcoholics, and 30 children of non-alcoholic parents. In general, the results of the present study suggest that the process treatment of the alcoholic parents was found to be a significant protective factor in alcoholic families.
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