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J Korean Acad Nurs. 1998 Mar;28(1):70-80. Korean. Original Article. https://doi.org/10.4040/jkan.1998.28.1.70
Kim KH .
Department of Nursing, College of Medicine, Chung-Ang University, Korea. rich@healthis.org
Abstract

This study is designed to contribute to the nursing intervention of adolescent domestic violence victims by describing specifically what they go through and on this basis work out a grounded theory on the adolescent's experience in domestic violence. The data were analyzed in the framework of grounded theory as mapped out by Strauss and Corbin(1990). The major findings of this research are as follows : The core category was found to be the adaptation of "Joyudeum" or "Straight jacketing". The sub-categories identified in the process of grounded data analysis were 'menacing', 'being harassed', 'being pressed', 'being attacked', 'being strapped', 'being filled with anger', 'getting angry', 'being oppressed', 'being filled with anger', 'becoming hard', 'endurance', 'regulation', 'seriousness', 'repetition', 'being helpful', 'dependence', 'thinking oriented', 'blowing off', 'going astray', 'self-deprecating', 'shaking off, covering up', 'governing, 'being devoted', 'performing', 'being transformed', 'bolting', 'being shaken', 'withdrawing', 'disliking', 'bolting', 'being shaken', withdrawing', 'disliking', 'bitterness'. These categories were again grouped into 13 categories including 'threatening', 'straight jacketing', 'tolerance', 'violence', 'supporter', 'supporting type', 'thinking oriented', 'impulsive response', 'self-controlled', 'response', 'self-reliance', 'wandering', 'withdrawal' and 'pain'. Of these the five sub-categories 'being filled with anger', 'getting angry', 'being oppressed', 'being strained', 'becoming hard' were grouped into a core category "straight jacketing". Those adolescents brought up in a violent family go through three stages of the adaptation of "straight jacketing". that is, generation, response and adaptation. The following four theses were confirmed on the basis of repetitive relations : 1) If a subject's tolerance is strong, the episodes of the violence are frequent and serious, with the resulting straight jacketing being stronger but the subject's supporter is highly mature, the supporting type is concrete and the thinking oriented is wishful, the responses to the straight jacketing result in a self-control whose consequence is self-reliance with part of it resulted in withdrawal and pain. 2) If a subject's tolerance is weak, the episodes of the violence are frequent but not serious, with the resulting straight jacketing being weaker but the subject's supporter is immature, the supporting type is superficial and the thinking oriented is extemporary, the responses to the straight jacketing result in an impulsion whose consequence is wandering with prat of it resulted in withdrawal and pain. 3) If a subject's tolerance is weak, the episodes of the violence are frequent and serious, the straight jacketing is strong, the subject's supporter is immature and the supporting type is superficial but the thinking oriented is wishful, the responses to the straight jacketing result in an impulsion whose consequence is withdrawal and pain with part of it resulted in wandering. 4) If a subject's tolerance is strong and the episodes of the violence are infrequent and not serious, the straight jacketing is weak, the subject's supporter is immature and the supporting type is superficial but the thinking oriented is wishful, the responses to the straight jacketing result in a self-control whose consequence is withdrawal and pain with part of it resulted in self-reliance.

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