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Mother’s attitudes towards hearing impaired children

Adinda Dulčić ; Poliklinika SUVAG, Zagreb

Puni tekst: hrvatski pdf 123 Kb

str. 39-50

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Attitudes are important part of personality because they direct behavior of a subject. Attitudes of parents towards children are acquired in interaction of parents with social environment and with children. Attitudes of parents of hearing impaired children are the result of parent’s interaction with children and with their environment, too. This research examines the differences
in mothers’ attitudes towards hearing impaired children in the manifest space. Four samples of examinees have been examined. Three samples have been composed of mothers of hearing impaired children who attend different rehabilitation programs and during this period have been placed in children’s home, in their own families
or tutor’s families. The fourth sample has been composed of mothers of normal hearing children who attend regular schools and
live in their own families. Differences among samples are defined by robust discriminative analysis. There are statistically significant differences in examinees (1%) in three discriminative functions in the space of 42 attitude indicators. The differences in mother’s attitudes are probably reflection of their various experiences in relation to rehabilitation programs and manner of children’s accommodation during realization of rehabilitation programs. The results of this research refer to examining of latent space of mother’s attitudes, but also to success of various programs of education and rehabilitation of hearing impaired children and their manner of accommodation during realization of this process.

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mother’s attitudes, hearing impaired children, rehabilitation programs for hearing impaired children, hearing impaired children education

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