Labor experiences of childhood sexual abuse survivors.

@article{Rhodes1994LaborEO,
  title={Labor experiences of childhood sexual abuse survivors.},
  author={Nicole Rhodes and S Hutchinson},
  journal={Birth},
  year={1994},
  volume={21 4},
  pages={
          213-20
        }
}
This field study used the ethnographic method to describe and analyze the labor experiences of childhood sexual abuse survivors. The sample included seven sexual abuse survivors, five nurse-midwives, and three labor and delivery nurses. Data collection included in-depth interviews, participant observation in labor and delivery over a period of six years, and anecdotal material from the literature. Analysis followed Spradley's Developmental Research Sequence and included domain, taxonomic… Expand
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