Father as a Caregiver: The Thipology of Father Parenting Style While Mother doesn’t Exist and the Effect to Child Autonomy

Wilodati Wilodati, Siti Komariah, Puspita Wulandari

Abstract

Parenting is one of the obligations of parents in an attempt to build the character of the child. In General, the process of caregiving was conducted simultaneously by both parents. However, it is not the case that occurred in an environment of family Labor Women, where the mother worked as a foreign worker in the foreign country in a particular period of time. During the work, automatically switch childcare responsibilities to the father, who is also still a breadwinner for his family. Independence is defined as a person's ability to regulate itself and not depend on others, is an important character values must be habituated in the child in the family environment. The purpose of this research is to gain an overview of typology of parenting done by the father in the family environment of labor women, and its effects on the independence of the child. In order to reveal the social phenomenon in depth in a field, then used a qualitative approach. Father; their children; as well as the relatives involved in child care in the family environment act as participants. Data collection techniques, through observation, interview, and literature study. Data analysis include data reduction, data display, and conclusion. Triangulation of data sources, which is one component of the credibility test data in qualitative research, also conducted in this study. The results showed, the typology of parenting tend to be used father in educating children character is permissive. Furthermore, this type of parenting a different father would produce a level of independence of children differently.

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Wilodati W., Komariah S. and Wulandari P. (2017). Father as a Caregiver: The Thipology of Father Parenting Style While Mother doesn’t Exist and the Effect to Child Autonomy.In 2nd International Conference on Sociology Education - Volume 2: ICSE, ISBN 978-989-758-316-2, pages 182-188. DOI: 10.5220/0007106508220828


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@conference{icse17,
author={Wilodati Wilodati and Siti Komariah and Puspita Wulandari},
title={Father as a Caregiver: The Thipology of Father Parenting Style While Mother doesn’t Exist and the Effect to Child Autonomy},
booktitle={2nd International Conference on Sociology Education - Volume 2: ICSE,},
year={2017},
pages={182-188},
publisher={SciTePress},
organization={INSTICC},
doi={10.5220/0007106508220828},
isbn={978-989-758-316-2},
}


in EndNote Style

TY - CONF

JO - 2nd International Conference on Sociology Education - Volume 2: ICSE,
TI - Father as a Caregiver: The Thipology of Father Parenting Style While Mother doesn’t Exist and the Effect to Child Autonomy
SN - 978-989-758-316-2
AU - Wilodati W.
AU - Komariah S.
AU - Wulandari P.
PY - 2017
SP - 182
EP - 188
DO - 10.5220/0007106508220828