The Daughter-Mother Relationship in the Presence of Aphasia: How Daughters View Changes Over the First Year Poststroke

The Daughter-Mother Relationship in the Presence of Aphasia: How Daughters View Changes Over the First Year Poststroke

The Daughter-Mother Relationship in the Presence of Aphasia: How Daughters View Changes Over the First Year Poststroke

The Daughter-Mother Relationship in the Presence of Aphasia: How Daughters View Changes Over the First Year Poststrokes

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Référence bibliographique [210]

Hallé, Marie-Christine, Duhamel, Fabie et Le Dorze, Guylaine. 2011. «The Daughter-Mother Relationship in the Presence of Aphasia: How Daughters View Changes Over the First Year Poststroke ». Qualitative Health Research, vol. 21, no 4, p. 549-562.

Fiche synthèse

1. Objectifs


Intentions :
«In this study we explored daughters’ perceptions of changes in their relationship with their mother who became aphasic as a result of stroke.» (p. 549)

2. Méthode


Échantillon/Matériau :
L’échantillon de cette recherche compte quatre filles dont la mère souffre d’aphasie.

Instruments :
Guide d’entretien semi-directif

Type de traitement des données :
Analyse de contenu

3. Résumé


In this article, «[a] conceptual model of dynamic relationship changes was drawn, showing how the daughters’ perceptions of maternal fragility, problems and/or abilities motivated protective and/or trusting behaviors that resulted in maternal reactions of satisfaction and/or dissatisfaction that, in turn, reinforced the daughters’ initial perceptions. Results also showed that daughter–mother relationship changes followed four distinct yet coexisting patterns. Aphasia and communication limitations explained many relationship changes. When communication was avoided or perceived to be too difficult, daughters were limited in the means they could use to adjust their relationship with their mother.» (p. 549)