Kaysi Eastlick Kushner

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The purpose of this study was to understand parental approach to the topic of smoking with school-age preadolescent children. In-depth interviews were conducted with 38 parents and yielded a grounded theory that explains how parents communicated with their children about smoking. Parents perceived smoking to be a latent danger for their children. To deter(More)
PURPOSE We investigated how mothers employed in support staff positions make personal and family health decisions. DESIGN We used a critical feminist grounded theory design. METHODS Twenty women employed at a large Canadian institution participated over two years in repeat interactive interviews. FINDINGS "Finding a balance" was the emergent core(More)
The purpose of this ethnographic study was to examine employed mothers' social support network composition in relation to their orientation to worker ideology. A reanalysis of data from two longitudinal, interview studies was conducted. Ecomaps were developed to depict women's social support network composition, revealing five types of support sources:(More)
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