Veerkragtigheidsfaktore in enkelouergesinne met 'n volwasse MIV-positiewe kind

Eiman, Ursula (2006-03)

Thesis (MA (Psychology))--University of Stellenbosch, 2006.


Family resilience refers to the ability of families to return to normal family functioning or even to reach higher levels of functioning after experiencing adversity. The focus of the present study was to identify resiliency factors in single parent families with an adult HIV infected child. The Resiliency Model of Family Stress, Adjustment and Adaptation (McCubbin & Thompson, 1991) served as the theoretical framework in the design and the execution of the research. Both qualitative and quantitative measures were used in this cross-sectional survey research design. Twenty five single parents and their HIV Positive children ...

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