KOPING WARGA BINAAN PEMASYARAKATAN PEREMPUAN DENGAN HIV DALAM MENGHADAPI STIGMA DAN DISKRIMINASI: STUDI FENOMENOLOGIS

Nitsae, Veronika and Andriany, Megah and Muin, Muhammad (2019) KOPING WARGA BINAAN PEMASYARAKATAN PEREMPUAN DENGAN HIV DALAM MENGHADAPI STIGMA DAN DISKRIMINASI: STUDI FENOMENOLOGIS. Masters thesis, Diponegoro University.

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Master Program in Nursing Community Nursing Concentration Department of Nursing Faculty of Medicine Diponegoro University July 2019 ABSTRACT Veronika Nitsae The Copings of Female Inmates with HIV in Dealing with Stigma and Discrimination: A Phenomenological Study xix + 116 pages + 6 figures + 3 tables + 13 appendixes Stigma and discrimination are factors which cause complexity in the management of HIV/AIDS at correctional settings. Stigma and discrimination are more common in women and affect coping development among female inmates with HIV. Previous research has focused on the types of coping and does not yet explore the reasons, impacts, and meaning of the used copings. This study aimed to identify the copings among female inmates with HIV in dealing with stigma and discrimination. This research was a qualitative study with a descriptive phenomenological design. The population was female inmates with HIV and ten were purposively recruited as the participants. The data were collected through interviews and analyzed using Colaizzi’s method. The results showed nine themes, which described that the participants: (1) did not care and stayed away from people causing stigma to avoid problems; (2) lied about the status of the disease to decrease the burden and fear of being isolated by the family; (3) made themselves busy with work and religious activities to avoid and not think about what people said; (4) attracted sympathy and be honest with others to ease the burden in mind; (5) prayed for protection and strength; (6) be optimistic and positive thinking; 7) felt calm, strong and grateful; 8) received support from family and close friends in terms of advice, acceptance, and information; and (9) prayed for people causing stigma and learned to forgive and control emotions. The results of the study showed that a part of female inmates developed negative copings. This study suggests a critical need to develop some intervention programs such as narrative enhancement and cognitive therapy (NECT), family therapy, spiritual, emotional freedom technique (SEFT), and HIV peer support groups at correctional settings to develop active copings among female inmates with HIV in dealing with internal and public stigma. Keywords: coping, correctional setting, discrimination stigma, HIV References: 187 (1978-2019)

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Subjects:R Medicine > RT Nursing
Divisions:School of Postgraduate (mixed) > Master Program in Nursing
ID Code:75305
Deposited By:Mr Bekti Iskandar
Deposited On:12 Aug 2019 09:49
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