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Title: Nammi's mommy
Authors: Nur Nadiah Abdul Raman
Keywords: Social sciences
Visual arts and music::Visual arts
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Nanyang Technological University
Source: Nur Nadiah Abdul Raman (2021). Nammi's mommy. Final Year Project (FYP), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Abstract: The genesis of this year-long project is motivated by my personal experience dealing with parental incarceration when I was younger. I dedicate this project to helping children and families sharing the same plighttoday and in the future. In my encounter, I recall myself not fully understanding the concept and reason for the incarceration, which led to me having recurring negative thoughts and moods. I wonder if there is a relationship between children’s well-being and outcomes and their degree of understanding towards their parent’s incarceration and if there is, to what extent? Hence, I would like to take the opportunity in this research project to explore just that. The project aims to, thereafter, find out how design as a medium can best ease and support the process of understandingfor young children in a light-hearted, fun and interactive manner. Secondarily, the research and subsequent design deliverable hopeto assist caregivers who typically hold responsibility in informing the children about the incarcerationby looking into the caregivers’possible doubts and concerns. This is upon finding out through research and interviewsthe tendency of caregivers to hide or distort information and/or partake in secrecy with regards to incarcerationtowards children. Ultimately, the project’soverall objective is to minimise the potential adverseeffects ofparental incarceration on children.
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
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Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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