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|Title:||The Invisible Family: A Qualitative Study of Suicide Survivors in Taiwan|
|Issue Date:||2014-05-22 11:14:13 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract:||The purpose of this interpretive phenomenological study is to describe the commonality of the lived experience of suicide survivors and how it influences their family relationships in Taiwan from a sociocultural perspective. Thirteen suicide survivors have participated in this study. Study results reveal that some survivors blame themselves, some blame others, and some are blamed by their family as part of their need to find a reason for the death. Consequently, family members ignore each other and treat each other as if they are invisible. These Chinese suicide survivors, unlike Western survivors, maintain their strained family connections because of strong cultural influences. Therefore, health professionals should acknowledge the experiences of living with an invisible family when supporting Chinese suicide survivors.|
|Relation:||Western Journal of Nursing Research, 32(2), 185-198|
|Appears in Collections:||[社會學系] 期刊論文|
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