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10 augustus 2015

De wet bekeken door de ogen van kinderen I

10 augustus 2015 | By | 5 Comments

De wet bekeken door de ogen van kinderen: wat is een wet, en wat is het verschil tussen een wet en een sociale regel?

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  1. Hi Marieke,

    Interesting stuff!

    The last question in your video made me think of two situations in which I can image a child having the opinion a parent does not have a right to tell them what to do. Firstly, when children reach puberty, they often feel they have become adults. They believe they know more than their parents. This can result in the child thinking and saying their parent(s) doesn’t/don’t have a right to tell them what to do.

    Secondly, when parents remarry and a stepparents appears in the life of a child, some children feel this person does not have a right to tell them what to do because they are not the child’s real parent.

    I think these two situations can tell us something about the factors which influence parental right: the age of the child and the biological status of the parent.

    What do you think?

    Keep up the good work!

    Kind regards, Kila

  2. Babette

    He Marieke,
    goede video! Goed om te zien hoe je je fundering maakt, lijkt me heel zinnig.
    Groet,
    Babette

  3. Wiron

    Isn’t it a balance between trust and providing and the roles resulting from the two?

  4. Wiron

    That depends on age I guess.

  5. I think you’re right, Marieke. Also: adoptive parents and a non-biological parent who married a biological parent when the child was young are often seen as ‘real’ (thus authoritative) parents. So indeed the biological factor is not straightforward.

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