THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ATTACHMENT AND SELF CHARACTER VALUES IN CHILDREN WITH WORKING MOTHERS

Anizar Ahmad, Dina Amalia, Rossy Hadilpa

Abstract


This study aims to determine the relationship between attachment to mothers who work with the self-character values of early childhood in Banda Aceh city. This research was a descriptive-qualitative and the research subject were 4 children aged 5-6 years old. Data collected through interview and observation. The result of this research showed that children who had secure attachment style were having independence in intellectual, physical activity, confidence, responsibility, and social aspects, such as eating, wearing and taking off clothes, combing hair, wearing and taking off shoes, solving the problem when playing, choosing and deciding simple things in daily life by themselves (such as choosing toys, clothes that they want to wear, and food), expressing opinion, and playing with peers. While children who had resistant attachment style (ambivalence) their independence development was slower, they were difficult to be separated with their parents, they preferred to be alone, and they felt difficult to socialize with environments outside the family.

Keywords: Self Character Values, Attachment, Working Mothers

 


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