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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:Spanish
Record Number:54406
Doc. No:TL24360
Call number:‭3314508‬
Main Entry:Medina Castula Santiago
Title & Author:Life experiences of adults who experienced domestic violence in their childhood: Towards an intervention modelMedina Castula Santiago
College:University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras (Puerto Rico)
Date:2008
Degree:Ed.D.
student score:2008
Page No:267
Abstract:The qualitative research approach and life story interview method was used to describe the significant live events of five adults who experienced domestic violence during their childhood and adolescence. The participants were three women and two men who ranged between 23 to 61 years of age. Three questions were answered: What type of domestic violence episodes did the five adults witness during their childhood and adolescence?; What significant events of domestic violence did these five adults report during their childhood and adolescence?; and, How do these significant events impact the adulthood period of the five participants? In order to describe the live experiences of these five adults, a series of phenomenological life story interviews were conducted with each participant. The qualitative analysis was carried out using Harry F. Wolcott's model. Through the testimonies offered by each one of the participants it was concluded that domestic violence experienced during childhood and adolescence affected these participants during their adulthood. There are common characteristics among all participants. These characteristics reflected the way they related to themselves and to others. These are colored by the lived experiences of domestic violence. Finally, the researcher presents the basis for the development of an intervention model to work with adults who experienced domestic violence in their childhood and adolescence. This model is based on the life experiences of the five participants, which goal is to help non-resilient sons and daughters who witness domestic violence in their families.
Subject:Education; Psychology; Childhood; Domestic violence; Intervention; Life experiences; Social studies education; Developmental psychology; 0534:Social studies education; 0620:Developmental psychology
Added Entry:N. L. Irizarry
Added Entry:University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras (Puerto Rico)