Tėvo atsakas į krizinį nėštumą: gydytojų akušerių ginekologų, psichologų ir abortą patyrusių moterų nuomonių tyrimas

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Tėvo atsakas į krizinį nėštumą: gydytojų akušerių ginekologų, psichologų ir abortą patyrusių moterų nuomonių tyrimas
Alternative Title:
Father’s respons to crisis pregnancy: research of the opinions of obstetricians gynaecologists, psychologists and women who have undergone abortion
In the Journal:
Soter. 2015, 55 (83), p. 71-82
Keywords:
LT
Krizinis nėštumas; Negimusio vaiko tėvas; Abortas.
EN
Crisis pregnancy; Father of the unborn; Abortion.
Summary / Abstract:

LTAbortas neretai traktuojamas kaip išskirtinai moteriai priklausanti pasirinkimo teisė, vis dėlto nėštumo nutraukimas glaudžiai susijęs su vaiko, jo tėvo ir motinos interesų sankirta. Lietuvoje labai trūksta tyrimų apie vaiko tėvo vaidmenį krizinio nėštumo metu. Atliktas tyrimas atskleidė, kad pagalba tokiais atvejais turėtų būti teikiama abiem pradėto, bet dar negimusio vaiko tėvams. Be to, svarstytinas vaiko tėvo teisių bei atsakomybės įtvirtinimas valstybiniu lygmeniu. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe public discourse usually declares abortion as the right of choice that belongs exceptionally to the pregnant woman. However, two more people are involved: the child and the father. In Lithuania father’s responsibility, rights and his role during crisis pregnancy still lack research. Besides, Lithuania has insufficient regulation of abortion and protection of life; furthermore, there is no systemic help provided for people undergoing crisis pregnancy. As a result, an informed consent is not possible and it works against the prevention of repeated crisis pregnancies and abortions. The empirical part of this research consists of individual half structured interviews. In order to receive data that is objective and reflects all sides of the problem the interviews were carried out with 9 people: 3 obstetricians gynaecologists, 3 women who have undergone crisis pregnancy and abortion and 3 psychologists working with women and counselling them during crisis pregnancy. The participants of the research have acknowledged the need to legalise the responsibility of the father on the state level, as well as the need for consultations for both parents of the conceived but not yet born child. Besides, the participants have distinguished 3 types of male behaviour during crisis pregnancy: a) supportive and encouraging to continue the pregnancy and have a baby, b) absent or not participating and c) non-supportive and forcing his wife or partner to have an abortion. [From the publication]

DOI:
10.7220/2335-8785.55(83).5
ISSN:
1392-7450; 2335-8785
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2019-02-20 16:24:59
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