PL EN


2015 | 36 | 193-210
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Struktura stygmatyzacji przeniesionej u współmałżonków osób z niepełnosprawnością ruchową

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The structure of courtesy sigma in spouses of persons with physical disability
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PL EN
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The present article concerns an analysis of author’s own research findings on courtesy stigma in spouses of individuals with mobility impairments. The aim of the study was to determine the intensity of courtesy stigma in its two dimensions: perception and experience, in three spheres: affective, cognitive and behavioral. The respondents were 58 men and women in partnerships with persons who suffer from mobility impairments caused by an injury (spinal cord injury, brain damage, limb amputation) or a long-term condition (multiple sclerosis). Author’s own instrument was used to determine the intensity of courtesy stigma – The Courtesy Stigma Questionnaire designed on the basis of Affiliate Stigma Scale by W. W. S Mak and R. Y. M. Cheung. The study verified a differentiating impact of variables such as: type of cause of disability, age and sex of the able-bodied partner, determining whether they influence the intensity of courtesy stigma in both its dimensions.
PL
Przedmiotem artykułu jest analiza wyników badań własnych dotyczących zjawiska stygmatyzacji przeniesionej u współmałżonków osób z niepełnosprawnością ruchową. Celem badań było ustalenie nasilenia tej stygmatyzacji z uwzględnieniem jej dwóch wymiarów: postrzeganej i doświadczanej w obszarach: afektywnym, poznawczym oraz behawioralnym. Badaniami objęto grupę 58 mężczyzn i kobiet pozostających w związkach partnerskich z osobami z nabytą niepełnosprawnością o urazowej (uraz rdzenia, uraz mózgu, amputacja kończyny) bądź przewlekłej etiologii (stwardnienie rozsiane). W celu określenia nasilenia stygmatyzacji zastosowano narzędzie własnej konstrukcji Kwestionariusz Stygmatyzacji Przeniesionej opracowane na podstawie Affiliate Stigma Scale autorstwa W. W. S Mak i R. Y. M. Cheung. W badaniach wstępnie zweryfikowano różnicujące działanie zmiennych, takich jak rodzaj przyczyn niepełnosprawności, wiek i płeć pełnosprawnego partnera, ustalając czy mają one znaczenie dla nasilenia stygmatyzacji w jej obu wymiarach.
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36
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193-210
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