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Author McCormick, Jennifer Higgins
Title Family Relationships and Familial Responses to Health Issues
Imprint Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2014
©2014
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Descript 1 online resource (360 pages)
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Series Contemporary Perspectives in Family Research Ser. ; v.8, Part A
Contemporary Perspectives in Family Research Ser
Note Front Cover -- Family Relationships and Familial Responses to Health Issues -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Editorial Board -- Foreword -- In Good and Bad Times? The Influence of Current Relations with Extended Kin on Negative Life Events -- Pathways Linking Family Relationships with Problems in Adulthood -- Social Integration: Having Meaningful Relationships with Family Members -- Social Regulation by Family Members -- Social Capital and Support among Family Members -- Gender, Life Stage, and Other Relevant Factors -- Methods -- Data -- Measures -- Analytic Strategy -- Results -- Discussion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- "No Relationships, No Emotions, Just Sex": Exploring Undergraduates' Sexual Decision Making in Friends with Benefits Relationships -- Introduction -- Understanding the Millennial Generation -- What Are Friends with Benefits Relationships? -- Sex Differences in Friends with Benefits Relationships -- Study 1 -- Method -- Participants -- Materials -- Demographics Information -- Sexual Behaviors -- Sexual Self-Esteem (SS) -- Sexual Desire Inventory (SDI-2) -- Motivations for a Friends with Benefits Relationship -- Maintenance Rules for a Friends with Benefits Relationship -- Future Outcomes for a Friends with Benefits Relationship -- Evaluation of a Friends with Benefits Relationship -- Design and Procedure -- Results -- Sexual Behaviors -- Sexual Self-Esteem (SS) -- Sexual Desire Inventory (SDI-2) -- Motivations to Engage in a Friends with Benefits Relationship -- Avoiding Drama/Complexity -- Easy Access to Sex -- Avoiding a Committed Relationship -- Convenience and Timing -- Emotional Investment in the Friendship -- Maintenance Rules for Engaging in a Friends with Benefits Relationship -- Avoiding Over-Attachment -- Permanence Rules -- Safe Sex Practices -- Communication Guidelines
Establishing Ground Rules -- Secrecy Rules -- Friendship Comes First -- Future Outcomes for Friends with Benefits Relationships -- Remain Unchanged -- Committed Relationship -- End Completely -- Return to Friendship -- Evaluation of the Friends with Benefits Relationship -- Discussion -- Sexual Desire and Sexual Self-Esteem -- Perceptions of Self versus Other -- Motivations for Entering a Friends with Benefits Relationship -- Maintenance Rules in Friends with Benefits Relationships -- Future Outcomes for a Friends with Benefits Relationship -- Study 1 Summary -- Study 2 -- Method -- Participants -- Materials -- Demographics Information and Sexual Behavior -- Sexual Self-Confidence -- Condoms and Birth Control -- Marijuana and Alcohol -- Design and Procedure -- Results -- Sexual Behaviors -- Sexual Self-Confidence -- Condoms and Birth Control -- Alcohol and Marijuana -- Cultural Differences -- Regression Analysis -- Discussion -- Sexual Self-Confidence -- Condoms and Birth Control -- Alcohol and Marijuana -- Cultural Differences -- Multiple Friends with Benefits Relationships -- Choosing Committed Relationships or Friends with Benefits Relationships -- Conclusions -- Limitations and Future Directions -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Multiple Sclerosis and Parenting: How Our Children Respond to Diagnosis, Treatment, and Daily Life -- Method -- Participants and Data Collection -- Survey Questions -- Data Analysis -- Findings -- They Needed to Know -- Honesty -- Comfort -- Involving Child with MS Treatments -- Hide It -- Embrace It -- I Can't Do This Alone -- Educational Resources -- Community Resources -- Discussion -- They Needed to Know -- Involving Children with Treatment -- I Can't Do This Alone -- Future Studies and Limitations -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix A -- Survey Questions -- Appendix B
Extramarital Relationships in the Context of Spousal Alzheimer's Disease: A Mixed-Methods Exploration of Public Attitudes -- Introduction -- Background and Previous Research -- The Current Investigation -- An Exploration of Caregivers' Attitudes in the NSHAP -- An Exploration of Attitudes in Public Discourse -- Spousal Caregivers' Attitudes -- Beyond Spousal Caregivers -- Discussion -- Notes -- References -- Work-Family Conflict and Depression for Employed Husbands and Wives in Japan: Moderating Roles of Self and Spousal Role Involvement -- Introduction -- Theoretical Framework and Hypotheses -- Data and Methodology -- Dependent Variable: Depression -- Focal Independent Variable (1): Work-to-Family Conflict -- Focal Independent Variable (2): Psychological Family Involvement (Self) -- Focal Independent Variables (3): Spousal Family and Job Involvement -- Control Variables -- Analytic Strategy -- Results -- Descriptive Results -- Multivariate Results -- Conclusion and Discussion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Single Mothers with Breast Cancer: Relationships with their Children -- Introduction -- Family Well-Being in the Face of Cancer -- Being a Single Parent with Cancer -- Theoretical Framework -- Ecological Systems Theory -- Interpersonal Relationships -- Adaptation -- Methods -- Participants -- Recruitment -- Interviews -- Pilot Study -- Phenomenology -- Thematic Analysis -- Results -- Relationships with Children -- Breaking the News -- Supporting Children -- Childcare Assistance -- Receiving Support from Children -- Relationships with Children's Fathers -- Discussion -- Families and Breast Cancer -- Telling the Children -- Children's Reactions to Diagnosis -- Support for Children -- No Built-in Support for Mothers -- Application of Ecological Systems Theory -- Limitations -- Implications -- Contribution and Conclusion -- Notes -- References
Parental Caregiving for a Child with Special Needs, Marital Strain, and Physical Health: Evidence from National Survey of Midlife in the U.S. 2005 -- Theoretical and Empirical Foundation -- Life Course Perspective -- Parental Caregiving for a Young or Adult Child with Special Needs and Physical Health -- Gender Differences in Linkages between Caregiving and Health -- Parental Caregiving for a Young or Adult Child with Special Needs, Marital Quality, and Health -- Sociodemographic Control Variables -- Hypotheses -- Method -- Data and Analytic Sample -- Outcome Variables -- Self-Rated Global Health -- Functional Limitations -- Number and Frequency of Physical Symptoms -- Number of Chronic Conditions -- Independent Variables -- Caregiving Status -- Marital Strain -- Sociodemographic Control Variables -- Data Analysis -- Results -- Parental Caregiving for a Child with Special Needs, Gender, Marital Strain, and Global Self-Assessed Health -- Parental Caregiving for a Child with Special Needs, Gender, Marital Strain, and Functional Limitations -- Parental Caregiving for a Child with Special Needs, Gender, Marital Strain, and Physical Health Symptoms -- Parental Caregiving for a Child with Special Needs, Gender, Marital Strain, and Chronic Physical Conditions -- Discussion -- Implications -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Mothers' Perceptions of Family Communication Patterns when Having an ADHD Child -- Introduction/Literature Review -- Parental Communication and ADHD -- Mother-Child Communication -- Summary -- Method -- Study Sample -- Recruitment -- Selection -- Description -- Data Collection -- Interview Procedures -- Interview Guide -- Data Analysis -- Results -- Managing Internal Relations -- Managing Stigma -- Difficulties in Managing the Communication Process -- Summary of Results -- Discussion -- Conclusion -- References
Appendix A: American Psychiatric Association (2000) -- Appendix B: Interview Guide -- Families of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: The Role of Family-Centered Care in Perceived Family Challenges -- Purpose of the Study -- Conceptual Framework -- Definitions of Terms -- Family -- Perceived Family Challenges -- Family-Centered Care -- Literature Review -- Predisposing Characteristics -- Child's Age -- Child's Race or Ethnicity -- Parent Education -- Enabling Characteristics -- Poverty Status -- Adequacy of Health Insurance -- Usual Source of Care -- Need Characteristics -- Severity of Health Condition -- Stability of Child's Health Care Needs -- Utilization of Health Services -- Perceived Family Challenges -- Finances -- Employment -- Unmet Health Service Needs for Children with Special Health Care Needs -- Research Design and Approach -- 2009-2010 NS-CSHCN Data Set -- Questionnaire Description -- Sample -- Measures -- Independent Variables -- Predisposing Characteristics -- Enabling Characteristics -- Need Characteristics -- Family-Centered Care -- Dependent Variable -- Unmet Needs for Family Support Services -- Family Impact -- Mediating Variable -- Data Analysis -- Missing Data -- Results -- Sample Characteristics and the Receipt of Family-Centered Care -- Receipt of Family-Centered Care and Perceived Family Challenges -- Receipt of Family-Centered Care and Perceived Family Challenges as Mediated by Unmet Needs for Child Health Services -- Discussion -- Disparities in Health Care Services -- Family-Centered Care Matters -- Implications for Policy -- Implications for Practice -- Implications for Future Research -- Limitations -- Conclusion -- References -- Multiple Segment Factorial Vignettes in Family Health Interventions -- The Use of Multiple Segment Factorial Vignettes in Interventions -- Use of MSFVs in Health and Safety Interventions
An Example of Using Multiple Segment Factorial Vignettes in an Intervention
Around the globe, families are often faced with a variety of health issues, often as a result of social, political, religious, and economic forces. This multidisciplinary volume addresses the impact these issues have on the family as a unit; how they impact family relationships as well as how the family as a whole responds
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: McCormick, Jennifer Higgins Family Relationships and Familial Responses to Health Issues Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited,c2014 9781784410155
Subject Families -- Health and hygiene.;Sick -- Family relationships
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