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The Dynamics of Resilient Families

The Dynamics of Resilient Families

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July 1999 | 296 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This volume ranges widely over many examples of qualitative research in two main areas: families' resilient adaptation and creation of meaning in health related crises; and families' adjustment to unexpected life events and changes. The book represents the great diversity of approaches and variety of techniques used in qualitative research and in collecting and analyzing data.
Kerry J Daly
Crisis of Genealogy
Facing the Challenge of Infertility  
Jane F Gilgun
Mapping Resilience as Process among Adults with Childhood Adversities
Katherine R Allen
Reflexivity in Qualitative Analysis
Toward an Understanding of Resiliency among Older Parents with Adult Gay Children  
Catherine A Chesla
Becoming Resilient
Skill Development in Couples Living with Non-Insulin Dependent Diabetes  
Elizabeth A Thompson
Resiliency in Families with a Member Facing AIDS
Ann W Garwick et al
Variations in Families' Explanations of Childhood Chronic Conditions
A Cross-Cultural Perspective  
Helen J Mederer
Surviving the Demise of a Way of Life
Stress and Resilience in Northeastern Commercial Fishing Families  
Barbara J Golby and Inge Bretherton
Resilience in Postdivorce Mother-Child Relationships

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