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Children’sage ascription across family life situations is culturally constructed in everysociety. Relevant literature suggests that children’s age ascription and itsconsequences across family life situation are enormous and pervasive across thecultures. Despite this, there is a paucity of systematic cross-culturalevidence on which social workers may play important roles in changing ageascription and its negative consequences. Reviewing cross-cultural literature,this study compares age ascription and its consequences in family lifesituations between Muslim and Santal cultures in Bangladesh. Evidence suggeststhat age ascription of the Santal for working-earning, marrying, mothering andfamily authority is earlier, but later in schooling, separation between boy andgirl, separate sleeping between son and daughter and-or parent than that in theMuslim community. Santal children with early or late age assignment in thosefamily life situations compared to Muslim ones are more likely to suffer fromnegative social, psychological, and health consequences. Based on the evidence,social work implications are discussed to change age status assignment andconsequences in the family life situation between the two ethnic communities inBangladesh.

KEYWORDS

Children’s Age Ascription, Family Life Situation, Consequences, Muslim, Santal, Social Work Implication, Bangladesh

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Uddin, M. and Kabir, M. 2016 Children’s Age Ascription and Consequences across Family Life Cycle between Muslim and Santal in Bangladesh. Psychology, 7, 984-991. doi: 10.4236-psych.2016.77099.





Autor: Md. Emaj Uddin1*, Md. Awal Kabir2

Fuente: http://www.scirp.org/



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