The Resource Men as caregivers : theory, research, and service implications, Betty J. Kramer, Edward H. Thompson, editors

Men as caregivers : theory, research, and service implications, Betty J. Kramer, Edward H. Thompson, editors

Label
Men as caregivers : theory, research, and service implications
Title
Men as caregivers
Title remainder
theory, research, and service implications
Statement of responsibility
Betty J. Kramer, Edward H. Thompson, editors
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Today, more and more caregivers are male. Despite this fact, the vast majority of research on caregiving has centered on the experience of the female caregiver. This volume addresses the fundamental gap in our knowledge and theories about the growing male subpopulation of caregivers. The authors identify the serious limitations that result from viewing men caregivers through the lens of women's experiences and call for an unbiased and fresh perspective in future research. Special consideration is given to men who care for a family with dementia; fathers of adult children with mental retardation; gay male caregivers for partners with AIDS; and sons and parent care
Cataloging source
QU
Dewey number
362/.0425
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
  • HV1441.4
  • HV1441.4 .M44 2001
LC item number
.M44 2002
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Springer series, focus on men
Label
Men as caregivers : theory, research, and service implications, Betty J. Kramer, Edward H. Thompson, editors
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
http://library.link/vocab/branchCode
  • zbnus
  • mel
Contents
1. Men caregivers: an overview / Betty J. Kramer -- 2. What's unique about men's caregiving? / Edward H. Thompson, Jr. -- 3. Theoretical perspectives on caregiving men / Eleanor Palo Stoller -- 4. Methodological issues in research on men caregivers / Jamila Bookwala, Judith L. Newman and Richard Schulz -- 5. Psychosocial challenges and rewards experienced by caregiving men: a review of the literature and an empirical case example / Elizabeth H. Carpenter and Baila H. Miller -- 6. Physiological challenges associated with caregiving among men / Karen A. Adler, Thomas L. Patterson and Igor Grant -- 7. The experiences and relationships of gay male caregivers who provide care for their partners with AIDS / Carolyn Sidwell Sipes -- 8. AIDS caregiving stress among HIV-infected men / Richard G. Wight -- 9. The voices of husbands and sons caring for a family member with dementia / Phyllis Braudy Harris -- 10. Brothers and parent care: an explanation for sons' underrepresentation / Sarah H. Matthews -- 11. Fathers as caregivers for adult children with mental retardation / Elizabeth L. Essex, Marsha M. Setzer and Marty W. Krauss -- 12. Differences between fathers and mothers in the care of their children with mental illness / Jan S. Greenberg -- 13. Husbands caring for wives with cancer / Desirée Ciambrone and Susan M. Allen -- 14. Professional sensitivity to religion-spirituality among male caregivers / Jacqueline M. Stolley and Joan Chohan -- 15. Principles and interventions for working therapeutically with caregiving men: responding to challenges / Sam Femiano and Aimee Coonerty-Femiano -- 16. Service utilization and support provision of caregiving men / Lenard W. Kaye -- Epilogue: implications for practice and future research / Betty J. Kramer.000000000000000 M
Control code
000022825880
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xii, 394 p.
Isbn
9780826114723
Lccn
2001042874
Other physical details
ill.
http://library.link/vocab/recordID
.b20278184
System control number
  • 22825880sr
  • (OCoLC)47255335

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