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Oral
July 25, 2016 16:30 - 18:00

RESILIENCY, ATTACHMENT STYLE, AND SEX ROLE ORIENTATION AMONG CHILDREN OF OVERSEAS FILIPINO WORKERS:IMPLICATIONS FOR A PROPOSED COSP INTERVENTION PROGRAM

[Speaker] Hocson, Sheila Marie G:1
[Co-author] Sacayan, Rose Lynne V:2
1:Far Eastern University (Philippines), 2:Adamson University (Philippines)

To determine the relationship among the variables resiliency, attachment style, sex role orientation and age of child when the OFW parent/s left, the researcher used the descriptive-correlation study. The respondents are adolescents whose one or both parents are working abroad.
The results revealed that most of the respondents have very low resiliency. The attachment style both for males and females was preoccupied style of relationship. In terms of sex-role orientation, it was shown that most of the respondents were androgynous. Resilience and age when parent/s left showed a negative relationship. Additionally, there was no significant relationship between attachment style and the age when their OFW parent/s left. Also, with sex role orientation and age when the parent/s left also showed no correlation. Further, there were no significant relationship between resiliency and attachment style, between attachment style and sex role orientation, likewise, between attachment style and sex role orientation.
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