E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 3, Issue 6, 2023

A Case Study: Exploring the Perspectives of Full-Time Working Parents on Children’s Development

Author(s): Heny May Cesa, Arriza Jean Enot, Lovely Jay Generalao, Fanny Mae G Mobida


This qualitative case study explores the multifaceted perspectives of full-time working parents on the development of their children. The analysis considers the challenges and opportunities presented by the demands of a full-time job and how these factors influence the parent-child relationship. With Cebu City at its center, the study investigates how full-time working parents perceive their children's early development. Using a case study methodology and gathering qualitative data through in-depth interviews, the study aims to offer diverse perspectives on parental attitudes and pinpoint important elements influencing parental viewpoints. It highlights the diverse range of viewpoints, acknowledging concerns about time constraints while also recognizing the positive impacts, such as financial stability and role modeling. The importance of effective communication, quality time, and support networks is emphasized, underscoring the complex interplay between work and parenting responsibilities. The study concludes by emphasizing the need for a flexible approach, realistic expectations, and continuous adaptation to best support children's development in the context of a full-time working parent's lifestyle.

Keywords: Full-Time, Working Parents, Child Development, Parental Viewpoints/Perspectives

Pages: 1329-1338

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