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Message de claudine123 posté le 12-07-2017 à 17:57:15 (S | E | F)
Je cherche à savoir comment traduire le terme "enfants placés". J'ai pensé à "foster children" mais il me semble que cela se rapporte à des enfants placés en famille d'accueil. Or moi, je veux parler d'enfants placés dans des maisons d'enfants.
Est-ce que je peux utiliser le terme "placed children" ?
Modifié par lucile83 le 12-07-2017 19:21
Réponse : Enfants placés/aide de camidra, postée le 12-07-2017 à 18:49:58 (S | E)
Fostered children are placed in Foster Families or Foster Homes (Familles d'accueil).
Peter is a fostered child. He lives in a nice foster family and is very happy.
Children whose parents are dead or unable to care for them are placed in Residential Care Institutions, Social Children Homes or Childcare Homes.(Maisons d'Enfants / Homes d'Enfants).
But they are not called "placed children".
Peter's parents are dead. He has been placed in a Childcare Home where he is taken care of.
Hope it helps.
Réponse : Enfants placés/aide de bluestar, postée le 12-07-2017 à 21:29:10 (S | E)
Perhaps 'children in care' fits the bill here?
Réponse : Enfants placés/aide de claudine123, postée le 13-07-2017 à 11:21:48 (S | E)
Merci beaucoup pour vos réponses. Cela m'a vraiment aidé car ce n'est pas évident de trouver ces informations.
Du coup, j'en profite : vous serait-il possible de relire mon résumé (c'est pour une revue scientifique) :
"Despite abuse, children placed in childcare homes have parental representations which are marked by ambivalence. This ambivalence is characterized by the coexistence of negative and positive representation towards their biological parents. However, the fact that positive representations towards neglecting parents persist can possibly harm self-esteem. Placement aims not only to protect the child, but also to offer him the possibility of reconstructing his self-image with more secure attachment figures. When a placement is decided, the children are entrusted to Child Welfare and are placed either with their siblings or separately.
This study aims to examine the parental representations and the self-esteem of 33 children that are placed with siblings and 25 children that are placed alone; all children were between the âges of 10 and 17. Then, the relation between parental representations and self-esteem was examined in each group. Those two dimensions have been respectively measured with the Rosenberg Self-Esteem scale and the Parental Bonding Instrument (PBI).
The results show that participants placed with their siblings were less depressed and had a better self-esteem than participants placed separately. Moreover, although the two groups had neglecting parents, the participants placed with their siblings had significantly better parental care representations. This study also put into light that the links between parental representations and self-esteem are significantly different whether the participant is placed with his siblings or not. Among children placed with siblings, the more positive the images of the father and the mother, the lower the self-esteem level.
These results confirm the hypothesis according to which a positive parental care representation could reinforce the negative image those children have of themselves. The results also question the effects (positive or negative) of the defensive exclusion process on the evolution of self-representations among placed children. Finally, from a therapeutic point of view, they stress the importance of working on self-esteem with placed children."
Un immense merci,
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