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- KurzbeschreibungThe focus of this dissertation was to gain a better <br>understanding of autism, and its effects on family <br>life. The research gives a rich, qualitative account <br>of what it is like to live with autism using first <br>hand accounts as data, and what and how families are <br>learning in the process. Using a phenomenological <br>framework, this study was comprised of interview and <br>observational data collected at the homes of six <br>families with an autistic child. The data were <br>analyzed using qualitative software (NVivo) and <br>themes began to emerge. The themes were used to <br>answer the question: What is the experience of <br>living with an autistic child, and what does that <br>experience mean? Knowledge was added to the current <br>literature on autism in the areas of spousal <br>support, expectation adjustment, finding joy in <br>the little things, avoidance, grieving, anxiety <br>about the future, support systems, social <br>withdrawal, divide and conquer, anger,embarrassment, <br>sadness, intensity, living in the present, and <br>ambiguity.
- AutorPaul Glass
- Seiten180 Seiten
- Gewicht260 g
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