Aspecto Morales Sociales Y Legales De La Familia Venezolana

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The characteristics of Venezuelan families are based on love, respect, tolerance and cooperation. The family is at the heart of a society and represents an essential element in the education of citizens, because it is the first contact that an individual has with the community. The family has an educational mission, from parents we learn moral behavior and ethical values. A healthy family life is the broth that nourishes the personal and social virtues of all its members, such as justice, diligence, fidelity, obedience, gratitude, forgiveness and many others. Moral aspects: The Venezuelan family from a moral point of view is: – An institution that offers its members a set of principles, rules of coexistence and norms of human behavior that form the basis of the obligations of its members to each other and to society itself. The Venezuelan family is characterized by its moral, social and legal aspects • IN MORALITY: The foundation of the family is marriage, which exists in its religious and civil form. Although civil marriage has legal implications, the Venezuelan family generally strives for its members to also contract religious marriages, since the majority religion of this country is Catholic, so there is a moral foundation based on religion in our family. Parents lead and make their authority felt at home, whose behavior is an example for their children. There are also cases of family breakdown, although isolated. These cases include lack of authority in the family, conflicts between parents and children, quarrels between siblings, alcoholism between parents and even incest • IN SOCIAL: there is an abundance of incomplete families in which one of the spouses, usually the father, is absent due to abandonment of the house for divorce.

Many households are characterized by the fact that little attention is paid to children because their parents work outside. Families, both in the countryside and in the city, have minor children who work because their parents are unemployed, or because they are not professionals or skilled workers, or because the salary they earn is not enough to maintain the house The big cities, especially in Caracas, have many families living on ranches, which leads to overcrowding, insalubrity, discomfort of moving to the campus or workplace 3) IN THE LEGAL: The Venezuelan family is based on the laws disclosed in our Constitution, the Civil Code, the Organic Law for the Protection of Children and Youth, the Law on Adoption and others. The National Constitution stipulates that the State protects the family as the fundamental unit of society, protects marriage, promotes the organization of the family patrimony and facilitates the acquisition by each family of its comfortable and hygienic housing. The Lopna contains the rules relating to minors, parental custody, the protection granted by the State to minors, minors in an irregular situation, the administration of justice in the case of minorities. The Yõchien usually serves children between the ages of three and six and the Hoikuen accepts children from six months to six years; and the average stay in the hoikuen, since it accepts infants and is open to children of all ages, its work begins from seven in the morning until after seven o`clock in the evening six days a week (clearly convenient for working mothers) instead the Yõchien are part-time (for mothers who define themselves full-time and Sarariman wives, employees, they don`t work). Results 2013 for legal aspects social moral Venezuelan family. Affirmation of differences. Collective agreement of the period. Effort. Abuse of rights f) What is the educator`s involvement in the development of children`s capacities? The intervention of the educator is to promote habits for the daily life of the child, thus improving the attitudes necessary to live a safe and happy life. Promote affection, trust, autonomy, cooperation and morality, in addition to interest and care for nature and its environment, stimulate them to think, arouse interest in language and cultivate the joy of speaking, enrich their emotions through various experiences through creativity, free play and motivate them to put new ideas into practice in their own projects.