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Coping Behavior

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  • 1.   After the War Comes Peace? An Examination of the Impact of the Northern Ireland Conflict on Young People

    The article critiques the consensus among psychologists in the 1970s and 1980s that young people coped reasonably well in the difficult circumstances of violence and conflict of Northern Ireland

    Journal of Social Issues, Vol: 60 Page: 629-642 2004
    Tony Gallagher

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  • 2.   Caring for children with learning disabilities: An exploratory study of parental strain and coping

    The aim of this study was to examine the kind of tasks involved in caring for a child with a learning disability

    British Journal of Learning Disabilities, Vol: 35 Page: 221-228 2007
    Kate Kenny; Sinéad McGilloway

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  • 3.   Children's perspectives on coping and support following parental separation

    This aim of the present study was to gain an understanding of children's strategies for coping with parental separation, and the sources of support that they find most helpful in order to adjust to these changes

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 14 Page: 311-325 2008
    Ann Marie Halpenny; Sheila Greene; Diane Hogan

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  • 4.   Coping alone: Examining the prospects of adolescent victims of child abuse placed in foster care

    This study describes the problems young people face in foster care

    Journal of Youth and Adolescence, Vol: 31 Page: 57-66 2002
    Deborah Browne

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  • 5.   Independent schools counselling: Profiling the NSPCC service experience

    The aim of this study was to examine the profile of client and service use - of schools counselling service - between September 2004 and December 2005

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 13 Page: 95-115 2007
    Aisling McElearney; Gary Adamson; Mark Shevlin; Anne Tracey; Bronagh Muldoon; Selina Roosmale-Cocq

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  • 6.   Living and coping with ongoing violence: A cross-national analysis of children's drawings using structured rating indices

    The aim of the study was to examine the drawings of children aged 8-12 yrs as a method of understanding the effects of living and coping with ongoing civic unrest

    Childhood: A Global Journal of Child Research, Vol: 8 Page: 31-55 2001
    Stephanie Linda Rudenberg; Patricia Jansen; Peter Fridjhon

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  • 7.   Segregated schools in segregated societies: Issues of safety and risk

    This article discusses the nature of schools as risky landscapes in segregated societies and explores how teenagers evaluate and manage risk

    Childhood: A Global Journal of Child Research, Vol: 13 Page: 441-458 2006
    Madeleine Leonard

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  • 8.   The FACE YOUR FEAR Club: Therapeutic Group Work with Young Children as a Response to Community Trauma in Northern Ireland

    This study aimed to outline therapeutic group work with young children in response to acute community trauma in Northern Ireland.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 11 Page: 191-209 2005
    David Stewart; Kirsten Thomson

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  • 9.   The impact on mothers of bringing up a child with intellectual disabilities: A cross-cultural study

    The aim of this study was to describe across three different cultures - Irish,Taiwanese and Jordanian -the inter-relationships among three indicators of maternal well-being.

    International Journal of Nursing Studies, Vol: 45 Page: 65-74 2008
    Roy McConkey; Maria Truesdale-Kennedy; Mei-Ying Chang; Samiha Jarrah; Raghda Shukri

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  • 10.   Use of respite care and coping strategies among Irish families of children with intellectual disabilities

    The aim of this study was to examine respite care and coping strategies among Irish families of children with intellectual disabilities

    British Journal of Learning Disabilities, Vol: 35 Page: 62-68 2007
    Elaine Mac Donald; Elaine Fitzsimons; Patricia Noonan Walsh

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