著者
堀田 香織
出版者
埼玉大学教育学部
雑誌
埼玉大学紀要. 教育学部 = Journal of Saitama University. Faculty of Education (ISSN:18815146)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.68, no.1, pp.145-163, 2019

The present survey targeted 256 mothers belonging to two groups of single-mother households. It investigated actual conditions regarding nonresident father visitations of their children as well as the attitudes of the mothers regarding such visitations. The survey results showed that 39.5% of respondents allowed nonresident fathers to visit their children, while 59.8% did not. The frequency of such contacts most commonly was once per month, with each meeting lasting at longest at six to nine hours. The wishes of the children were confirmed by 30.9% of respondents, and were not confirmed by 66.4%. Furthermore, in response to the question as to whether or not it was felt that such contact between fathers and children was necessary for the child, 43.0% said they “strongly” or “mostly” agreed on the necessity while the 50.8% said the contact was “not really” or “not at all” necessary. Of these numbers, 17.6% of the respondents who had the attitude that such visitations were necessary did not follow through with such meetings, while 13.3% who saw them as unnecessary did follow through. The most common problem that mothers cited in terms of actually setting up the visitations was “Getting in touch with the father about visitations is stressful,” followed by “The child is uneasy (or seems to be) after a visit” and “The father has a bad influence on the child.” The important issues here would seem to be making it possible for mothers to receive assistance from someone so that arranging visitations is not stressful to them, and to continue efforts to verify whether or not such visitations are truly being done for the sake of the children. Finally, the most common response to the question as to what mothers think is achieved by arranging visitations was “The visit communicates to the child that his/her father cares for him/her” followed by “The father becomes aware of himself as a father and performs his duties as one.”

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