Turkey is located in the increasing number of single-parent families statistics. However, studies revealing the perspective of society against these families are not sufficient yet. Based on this deficiency, the study aimed to draw the framework of society’s perspective towards single-parent families and to measure the perception in society. A sacele to us efor this purpose has been researched but not found. For this reason, the questions of the scale prepared by the researcher were sent to 600 people. After the study in which 523 people participated, the society’s attitude towards single-parent families was examined in terms of gender, marital status, and age variables, and whether these variables showed a significant difference in themselves. Accordingly, significant differences were observed in terms of gender variable, marital stats and age variables. According to these results, social, individual solutions are suggested for the social perspective for single-parent families and single-parent families.
Single Parent, single parent family, family instution, social perspective