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In the Face of Socio-Political Conflict: Mothers’ Experiences of Hope Alongside Adult Children with Mental IllnessesDownload
This study aimed to explore hope experiences among mothers living alongside adult children with mental illnesses in a socio-political conflict area. Hope is increasingly recognized as an important factor for people facing difficult situations. Mothers whose adult children struggle with mental...
Hope is recognized as an important aspect of human growth, change and wellbeing (Erikson, 1964, 1968, 1985; Turner, 2005). Hope has been defined as the anticipation that one’s future will be both meaningful and desirable (Stephenson, 1991) and is acknowledged as essential to daily life (Erikson,...
In this research, I sought to understand how nurses working in HIV care in Ghana live and work with hope. I tried to make visible how hope enhanced their work over time. Over several months in the summers of 2015 and 2016, I lived alongside five registered nurses as we explored how hope had...
IDG awarded 2017: We propose to examine how textbook authors position themselves in relation to their hopes and challenges. Our research is qualitative, informed by narrative storytelling. We are interested in how the material textbook authors write might be an influence relating to their hopes...
Hope is consistently identified in the mental heath literature as a key factor accounting for client change in counselling and psychotherapy (Grencavage & Norcross, 1990). Research on client and psychotherapist understandings of hope in psychotherapy calls into question the singular,...
Youth workers are helping professionals who build relationships with vulnerable youth, youth who face a myriad of complex struggles. While working with clients facing consistently stressful life circumstances, it can be difficult for these helping professionals to sustain hope in their work. The...
At-promise Students: a study of urban student learning in Alberta within the context of science educationDownload
As teachers and educators, we have power, be it destructive or supportive. As such, we have a duty to our students to understand their complexities. The purpose of my research which utilizes a Constructivist Grounded Theory methodology by means of a case study approach in the context of science...
Stories of Being and Becoming: Experiences of Hope and Identity-Making in the Worklives of Reintegration CounsellorsDownload
Working with marginalized individuals allows counsellors to witness the darkest and most beautiful sides of humanity as they support clients in the process of life change. Community-based reintegration counsellors are helping professionals who offer support to individuals who are transitioning...
The research puzzle, in this study, evolved as I made sense of making hope visible in my interactions at a centre that studied how intentionally using hope enhances quality of life. Over a period of 12 years I developed a set of five hope-focused practices (LeMay, Edey, & Larsen, 2008). In this...
Hope is tied to better outcomes across development; however, quantitative studies have shown that girls experience a significant decrease in their hope during early adolescence. Research that has been done on hope in early adolescence uses adult conceptualizations of hope and applies them to an...