Edited By Evelin Witruk and Dian Sari Utami
The main topics of the book are traumatic experiences, stress processing and dyslexia with some new perspectives on this old phenomenon. The authors of the book articles are from Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Morocco, Sudan, Iran, Spain, Syria, Portugal, and Germany. The interdisciplinary character of this book is represented in contributions of scientists from different areas of psychology, special education, and linguistics.
Parenting Stressors and Positive Coping among Indonesian Parents with a Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing Schoolchild
Abstract: Hearing parents reported some problems while parenting their deaf or hard-of-hearing schoolchildren, such as parenting stress. This paper aims to understand the source of stress and parental coping strategy during parenting a deaf or hard-of-hearing schoolchild for Indonesian parents. Data was collected using qualitative approach by distributing open questionnaires in four special schools in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. There were 40 parents with deaf or hard-of-hearing schoolchildren at grade 4 to 6. Method of data analysis was conducted using content analysis. The findings show that the source of stress when parenting the deaf or hard-of-hearing schoolchildren are coming from parents itself, children, and media. Further, it is found that parents use some coping strategies, such as self-regulation, active communication, seeking help, giving educational concern, become permissive, and applying the spiritual approach to their deaf or hard-of-hearing children. The implication of this study is focusing on the positive parenting program for families with deaf or hard-of-hearing schoolchildren. Later on, it is suggested for future investigation to explore the family resources, such as parenting values and psychological aspects, which will strengthen the positive parenting within families with deaf or hard-of-hearing schoolchildren.
Keywords: parenting stress, positive coping, deaf or hard-of-hearing schoolchildren, Indonesian parents
Having a deaf or hard-of-hearing (D/HH) child is a challenge for parents, particularly for hearing parents. Hearing parents report stressful condition while parenting their D/HH child. In Indonesia, D/HH schoolchildren grade 4th to 6th are in a transition phase of academic...
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