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Young people perception of respect for children's rights in the family – review of empirical study
; University of Zadar, Department of pedagogy
Human rights are the basic standards which government has to guarantee and provide to each individual. Except satisfying biological needs, human rights include all other life conditions that enable every individual complete development and ability to use their potentials in order tosatisfy their social needs.People needed a lot of time to accept the fact that human rights relate to every human being with no exceptions. Children are human beings, and as such should have the benefits of rights as the adults; neither do children have to deserve them nor should the rights be given to them.But, in a view of children's physical and psychological immaturity, the necessity of emphasizing special children's rights for protection imposed and rights derived exactly from that fact. The family was and is the primary community with the task of ensuring optimal conditions for child's growth and development. Therefore derives its significance and irreplaceability form individual's point of view, but also from community's point of view. Of course, it follows from this that the family's role is the most important in shaping children's attitudes and beliefs about their rights. In order to understand human rights, and thus enable better life it is necessary to start with the human rights education from an early age. It should start with children's rights, considering that these rights are closer to children and young people. Education for human rights is a study which develops knowledge, skills and values for human rights. Only people who understand human rights will work to secure and defend their own and others' human rights.The empirical part of the work refers to the results, which were obtained in a study that dealt with adolescents' assessment of respect for their rights within the family taken on a sample of 104 respondents who are students of Economic-administrative school in Split. Overall, obtained results showed that young people are satisfied with the level of respect for their rights in the family.
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