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8 social influences on parents & carers

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Parenting and Caring HSC CAFS

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8 social influences on parents & carers

  1. 1. Social Influences on parents & carers Parenting & Caring HSC CAFS 1
  2. 2. Social influences ● Community attitudes ● Gender Expectations ● Media Stereotypes ● describe how social influences affect the roles of parents & carers. ● critically analyse expectations of males & females in parenting & caring roles in a changing society. ● explore one example of how a parent or carer may challenge social influences & assess the impact this can have on their wellbeing. 2
  3. 3. Community Attitudes Parenting as role models? Children swearing: Modern Family https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqUJUFOuI5k 3
  4. 4. Community Attitudes ● mirrors current norms of people within a community. ● eg behaviours, dress, acceptance ● Non conforming families may face negativity, questions, discussions. ● eg Home schooling families, aged care 4
  5. 5. Gender Expectations ● Usually as a result of socialisation, people of different genders behave distinctively. ● Then reflected in how they parent. ● Child will see how parents & carers behave, as role models eg doing tasks, relationships, clothing. may stereotype. 5
  6. 6. Gender Expectations 2 ● Expectations by parents/carers on dependants often linked to gender eg sports played. ● Professions are often linked to gender eg nursing are females. 6
  7. 7. Gender Expectations 3 a. Is parenting in your household seen as shared equally? b. Is job allocation different per gender? a. Are activities for dependants gender based eg sports played, freedom etc? 7
  8. 8. Media Stereotypes ● Media exposes individuals to behaviours & opinions, usually reflects society norms. ● Images are especially powerful eg adds, TV shows. ● Messages may be subtle over time that reinforce or challenge stereotypes. ● Media allows exposure to support eg financial, eg government, respite care, service information that supports parents & carers in their roles. 8
  9. 9. Social influences ● Community attitudes ● Gender Expectations ● Media Stereotypes ● describe how social influences affect the roles of parents & carers. ● critically analyse expectations of males & females in parenting & caring roles in a changing society. ● explore one example of how a parent or carer may challenge social influences & assess the impact this can have on their wellbeing. 9

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