Mechanisms through which reciprocal filial values protect wellbeing of Chinese adult-child caregivers in the US

Kuei Hsiang Hsueh, Jean A. Bachman, Lloyd I. Richardson, Wen Yung Cheng, Rick S. Zimmerman

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摘要

In this study, we explored the role of reciprocal filial values in protecting the wellbeing of Chinese adult-child caregivers in the US. Using survey data obtained from 137 Chinese adult-child caregivers living in seven US cities, we tested a latent variable model using structural equation modeling. In this model, informed by role theory, social exchange theory and stress-coping theory, reciprocal filial values affect caregiver wellbeing in the face of caregiver role strain, both directly and indirectly through protective effects of role rewards and coping. In the final model, reciprocal filial values had both direct and indirect protective effects on caregivers' wellbeing, offering evidence to address culturally sensitive issues in family caregivers with similar filial values.

原文English
頁(從 - 到)155-166
頁數12
期刊Research in Nursing and Health
37
發行號2
DOIs
出版狀態Published - 2014 四月 1

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