Couples Coping with Stress: A Cross-Cultural Perspective
This is the first book that addresses how couples in different cultural contexts cope with stress and how cultural factors affect dyadic coping. The Systemic-Transactional Stress Model is used as the theoretical framework for conceptual consistency so readers can better appreciate the contrasts and similarities across cultures. Featuring a review of the latest research from around the globe, the book also demonstrates how to measure dyadic coping. An invaluable resource for practitioners, researchers, and advanced students who work with couples coping with stress, the latest treatment approaches and recommendations for therapy, prevention, and intervention are also highlighted.
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