Children's development and marital separation
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This work describes a review of main works about conjugal separation, with particular attention to the children's development. The main goal is to evidence how, during the years, the prospective study has become most complex and how by the study of structural variables we have arrived to consider "the processes". From the separation we have gone to the conjugal conflict. "Resilience" prospective appears effective to understand the different evolution of separated parent's children. The hypothesis is that different adjustments derive from the interaction between risk factors and resources: the initial conditions don't' determine the results, but the processes do it.
- Marital separation
- children's development
- conjugal conflict
- resilience prospective