Mothers’ Coping Styles During Times of Chronic Security Stress: Effect on Health Status

@article{Cwikel2010MothersCS,
  title={Mothers’ Coping Styles During Times of Chronic Security Stress: Effect on Health Status},
  author={J. Cwikel and Dorit Segal-Engelchin and Sheryl E. Mendlinger},
  journal={Health Care for Women International},
  year={2010},
  volume={31},
  pages={131 - 152}
}
In this study, we investigated the coping behaviors used by Israeli mothers to manage various sources of stress, including security-related stress, based on a life-course perspective of women's health. A random telephone survey of 302 mothers who had children under age 18 living at home was conducted in the Negev area. Measures of stress such as domestic violence, sources of tension in everyday life, and time pressure were assessed together with indicators of exposure to the Intifada for their… Expand
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