12 - Stress and Violence

12 - Stress and Violence - Stress and Violence Models of...

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Stress and Violence
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Models of Stress Definition of stress Stress = a disruption in life patterns due to change or potential for change Factors affecting Stress Hill (1949) - disruptions causing crisis include: the coming apart of the family due to death of a member the addition of new or returning family members the sense of disgrace a combination of the above
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Coping Factors affecting coping Bain (1978) - coping capacity associated with: number of previous stressors the members had faced in recent years degree of role change involved in coping social support available institutional support available
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ABCX Model of Stress Hill's ABCX Model of stress A = event B = family's crisis meeting resources C = definition/appraisal family gives to the event X = crisis A -> (B+C) = X
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McCubbin and Patterson's Double ABCX Model of Stress aA = initial stressor normative transitions prior strains consequences of coping attempts ambiguity
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