Author: Joanna Cukras-Stelągowska
Institution: Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu
Year of publication: 2018
Source: Show
Pages: 117-132
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/em.2018.01.08
PDF: em/8/em808.pdf

Przedmiotem podjętych rozważań uczyniłam kwestię kształtowania tożsamości dzieci wychowanych w rodzinach mieszanych. W świetle trzech europejskich raportów chciałabym odpowiedzieć na pytanie, czy jest to kulturowe wzbogacenie, zagubienie czy może wykluczenie dla jednostki? Raporty niemiecki, holenderki i francuski ukazują konsekwencje dla dojrzewania w obliczu poważnych wyzwań identyfikacyjnych młodych osób pochodzenia żydowskiego. Staram się dokonać porównań rezultatów badawczych trzech zespołów, poszukując cech wspólnych dla tych krajów, a także starając się wskazać specyfikę badanych obszarów kulturowych.

Cultural enrichment, confusion or exclusion? The consequences of upbringing in the mixed Jewish family in the context of European reports

I adopted the question of shaping the identity of children raised in mixed families as the subject of this article. In the light of three European reports, I would like to answer the question whether it constitutes cultural enrichment, confusion or exclusion for an individual. The German, Dutch and French reports show the consequences for adolescence in face of serious identification challenges faced by young people of Jewish descent. I attempt to make comparisons between the research results of three teams, looking for common features shared by these countries, also trying to identify the unique character of the studied cultural areas.

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