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|Title:||Coping and Adaptation Patterns among Chinese, Indian, and Malay Families Caring for a Mentally Ill Relative|
|Authors:||Bentelspacher, C.E. |
Abdul Rahman, M.b.
|Citation:||Bentelspacher, C.E., Chitran, S., Abdul Rahman, M.b. (1994). Coping and Adaptation Patterns among Chinese, Indian, and Malay Families Caring for a Mentally Ill Relative. Families in Society 75 (5) : 287-294. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||Explores cultural variations in the coping & adaptation process of families caring for chronically mentally ill relatives among 3 main ethnic groups in Singapore - Chinese, Malay, & Indian. Interviews conducted with primary caregivers in 30 families showed cross-cultural differences in the adverse effects on the family system, the use of coping strategies, & the utilization of support networks. A culturally sensitive, indigenous model of community mental health services designed to overcome family resistance is presented.|
|Source Title:||Families in Society|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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