PARENTS' ADJUSTMENT TO ACCEPTANCE AND IMPLEMENT OF NORMATIVE DOCUMENTS IN FAMILY RELATIONS REGARDING CHILDREN’S RIGHTS
Neli Gradinarova, Magdalena Aleksandrova, Radka Goranova
ABSTRACT: Introduction:Children are holders of human rights and the specificity of these rights implies a strong protection and care they need.
Objective: To study the attitudes of parents regarding the adoption and implementation of normative documents in family relations regarding children's rights is essential to identify trends and their impact.
Material and methods:For the purpose of the study in the period 01.12.2019-01.01.2020 an empirical sociological survey was conducted among 201 parents, and for the purpose of the study a direct individual survey was developed, aimed at parents in the country.
Results: More than half of the surveyed parents - 53.2% indicated that they were informed about the rights of children in the country, 42.3% indicated that they were partially informed and only 4.5% indicated that they were not informed. Almost half of the respondents or 46.8. % indicated that they partially accept the regulation of children's rights, 35.3% stated that they fully accept this regulation, and 15.4% indicated that they partially do not accept the regulation of children's rights through the legislation in the country and only 2.5% indicated that categorically do not accept the regulation of the rights of the child. More than half or 51.2% of the respondents indicated that they partially accept the state intervention through the legal regulation in the country in the family relations parent-child, 18.9% indicated that they fully accept this type of intervention, 21.4 % indicated that they partially do not accept this type of regulation / intervention and only 8.5% categorically do not accept this type of intervention.
Conclusions: The lack of understanding of the problem leads to its denial and to the diversity of parents' answers about the need for legal regulation of children's rights. The legal framework in the country aims to directly protect and guarantee the rights of children without affecting interferes in the parent-child relationship.
Keywords: parents, children, human rights