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|Psychological maturity of young men and women for marriage as the predicator for the observance of contemporary family law
|psychological maturity for marriage
attitude towards marriage and family life
contemporary family law
|Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu w Białymstoku
|Rocznik Teologii Katolickiej, T. 21, 2022, s. 107-119
|Through their mutual relationship the woman and man create the atmosphere of the married life which is either favourable for their development and for the development of their children, or which hinders the development. The higher is their psychological maturity, which is reflected in self-acceptance, in their internal integrity and in the positive attitude towards marriage and family life, the more likely the spouses would follow the rules of contemporary family law and, as a result, they will create the atmosphere which favours proper development of all the family members.
|Lidia Dakowicz - University of Bialystok
Andrzej Dakowicz - University of Bialystok
|LIDIA DAKOWICZ, Doctor of Humanities, PhD in Sociology, graduate of the Faculty of Social Sciences of the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. Researcher and lecturer of the Department of Educational Theory and Pedagogical Anthropology in Białystok at the Chair of History and Educational Theory at the Faculty of Educational Science. The author of numerous scientific articles and monographs, an active participant of various national and foreign scientific conferences. The co-founder of the Post-gradual Studies of Education and Family Life. The expert witness in the fields of pedagogics and sociology at the District Court in Białystok. She has extensive experience in the training and educational work with young people and adults in the field of educational issues.
ANDRZEJ DAKOWICZ Doctor of Humanities in Psychology, graduate of the Faculty of Social Sciences of John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. Researcher and lecturer of the Department of Psychology at the Chair of the Social and Educational Studies at the Faculty of Educational Science in Białystok. The author of numerous articles and monographs, an active participant of various national and foreign scientific conferences. The co-founder of the Post-gradual Studies of Education and Family Life. The expert witness in the fields of psychology at the District Court in Białystok, an assessor on the list of the Ministry of Education and Science a specialist qualifying the course books and curricula in the field of education for the family life. In the years 2000-2006 served two terms as the Chairman of the Board of Branch of the Polish Psychological Society in Białystok. He has extensive experience in the training and educational work with young people and adults in the field of educational and developmental issues, he has a private practice in psychology.
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