publication . Article . Other literature type . 2017

„Nekad su mi znali reći da nisam bolja od svog sina“ - stigma obitelji temeljem intelektualnih teškoća člana obitelji

Buljevac, Marko; Leutar, Zdravka;
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  • Published: 30 Dec 2017 Journal: Hrvatska revija za rehabilitacijska istraživanja, volume 53, pages 17-31 (issn: 1331-3010, eissn: 1848-7734, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Zagreb
Abstract
Rad se bavi stigmom obitelji temeljem intelektualnih teškoća člana obitelji. Cilj ovog istraživanja bio je dobiti uvid u perspektive članova uže obitelji osoba s različitim stupnjem intelektualnih teškoća o stigmi obitelji temeljem intelektualnih teškoća. Istraživačko pitanje bilo je: „Kako članovi obitelji osoba s intelektualnim teškoćama doživljavaju stigmu obitelji?“. Sudionici istraživanja bile se 22 osobe koje su članovi uže obitelji osoba s različitim stupnjem intelektualnih teškoća (10 majki, 3 oca, 2 sestre, 5 braće, 1 baka i 1 djed). Svi žive na području Grada Zagreba. Članovi njihovih obitelji s intelektualnim teškoćama su članovi ili korisnici udruga ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Rehabilitation, Developmental and Educational Psychology, Pedagogy, Theology, Psychology, stigma obitelji; članovi obitelji osoba s intelektualnim teškoćama; gubitak socijalnog statusa, family stigma; family members of people with intellectual disability; loss of status in society
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publication . Article . Other literature type . 2017

„Nekad su mi znali reći da nisam bolja od svog sina“ - stigma obitelji temeljem intelektualnih teškoća člana obitelji

Buljevac, Marko; Leutar, Zdravka;