“Parentalidade Minimamente Adequada”: Contributos paraaoperacionalização do conceito

Dora Isabel Pereira, Madalena Alarcão

Resumo


Apontado na literatura como um conceito de referência nas avaliações da parentalidade, a “parentalidade minimamente adequada” está, contudo, insuficientemente refletida e operacionalizada. Este artigo procura abrir essa discussão, a partir da apresentação e discussão dos resultados de três focus group (FG) de profissionais, das áreas social, judicial e académica, aos quais foi directamente colocada a seguinte questão: o que é e quais são os indicadores de “parentalidade minimamente adequada”? O conteúdo das discussões foi analisado utilizando o software QSRnVivo 8. As categorias de conteúdo apontam para indicadores qualitativos de parentalidade mínima, distribuídos por diferentes níveis ecológicos (indivíduo, microssistema e contexto social). É também referida a impossibilidade de se alcançar uma formulação universal do que constitui uma “parentalidade minimamente adequada” e de se utilizar apenas um tipo de indicadores para a caracterizar. Com base nos contributos deste estudo é proposta uma matriz tridimensional de operacionalização do conceito.


Palavras-chave


parentalidade minimamente adequada; avaliação; risco; norma; análise de conteúdo

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Legislação

Lei n. º 147/99 de 1 de Setembro

Lei n.º 59/2007 de 4 de Setembro - Vigésima terceira alteração ao Código Penal, aprovado pelo Decreto -Lei n.º 400/82, de 23 de Setembro




DOI: https://doi.org/10.14417/ap.721

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