Cross-Cultural Patterns of Children’s Phenomenology About Stressors and Supports

@inproceedings{Borja2016CrossCulturalPO,
  title={Cross-Cultural Patterns of Children’s Phenomenology About Stressors and Supports},
  author={Amanda P. Borja and Bonnie Kaul Nastasi and Emiliya M. Adelson and Zainab Siddiqui},
  year={2016}
}
  • Amanda P. Borja, Bonnie Kaul Nastasi, +1 author Zainab Siddiqui
  • Published 2016
  • Psychology
  • The purpose of this chapter is to examine the cross-site patterns of stressors and supports reported by children and adolescents participating in the Promoting Psychological Well-Being Globally (PPWBG) project. Drawing on focus group transcripts from participating sites, data were analyzed for types of stressors and supports across site (13 sites from 12 countries, described in Chap. 2) and grade level (primary, middle, and secondary). Inductive theme analysis yielded patterns of convergence… CONTINUE READING

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