Motivation to move on and coping mechanisms among selected institutionalized rape victims [computer file].

Eclevia, Lovely Sarah M. and Marquez, Shella Marie G. (2007) Motivation to move on and coping mechanisms among selected institutionalized rape victims [computer file]. Undergraduate thesis, De La Salle University-Dasmarinas.

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ABSTRACT NAME OF INSTITUTION: De La Salle University – Dasmarinas ADDRESS: Dasmarinas Bagong Bayan, Dasmarinas, Cavite TITLE: Motivation to move on and Coping Mechanisms Among Selected Institutionalized Rape Victims AUTHORS: Lovely Sarah M. Eclevia Shella Marie G. Marquez FUNDING SOURCE: Parents COST: 15,000 Php DATE STARTED: July 2006 DATE COMPLETED: February 2007 OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY: General: This study focus on the motivation to move on and coping mechanism among selected Institutionalized Rape Victims. Specific: 1. What is the demographic profile of the respondents according to: 1.1 Age 1.2 Educational Background 1.3 Socio – economic status v 1.4 Family composition 1.5 Home environment 2. What are the different motivations to move-on of the co-researchers? 3. What are the coping mechanisms of the co-researchers? 4. On what adjustment of phases of rape can the co-researchers be categorized? SCOPE AND DELIMITATION: The researchers focused their study on the motivation to move-on, and coping mechanisms of the institutionalized rape victims age ranges from 10- 17 years old. The co-researchers must be residing in the institution, regardless the length of period of being rape. The co-researchers are those who are willing to be interviewed and share their experiences. They were categorized according to their adjustment phases of rape. METHODOLOGY: The researchers used descriptive research design, specifically phenomenological method. The researchers comprised of ten (10) rape victims, the coresearchers range from 10-17 years old. The co-researchers must be residing in the institution, regardless the length of period of being rape. The coDeleted: nine researchers are those who are willing to be interviewed and share their experiences. Institution – This is the research area where conducting of study will be held. The institution serves as the temporary shelter for the girls and young women who are struggling in crisis. The researchers used self made questionnaires that guide the researchers in the interview. CONCLUSIONS: 1. The assumptions of this study confirmed to be true that the motivation to move-on and coping mechanisms can really help the institutionalized rape victims to overcome the trauma that they had experience and it can lead them to be categorized according to the three adjustment phases of rape. 2. Most of the victims of rape range from 13-15 years old. 3. The co-researchers used different motivations in order to move-on in their situation. That motivation can be support by the family, houseparents, friends and their goals in life. And those factors have the major influence when it comes to the period of recovering of the victims. 4. In connection to the motivation, the victims used different coping mechanisms in order to recover. Therefore, those ten co-researchers used denial as their primary way of coping mechanisms. Even though the co-researchers are already in phase-III they still used denial. 5. The recovery of the victims depend on their self, it cannot be vary to the period of time that they stayed in the institution. RECOMMENDATIONS: Rape Victims. They should support their co-clients in the institution, because it can boost up the morale of each and every client. And it can be one factor to influence the victims to move-on. Family of Rape Victims. The family should give the whole support, for the victims to inspire in order to move on. They are the one who give proper care and most important the love that a client can received. Because the family support is the major source of strength of every client. Institution. For the institution, they should provide proper treatment and care for the clients. Especially those who are in Phase-I, they should give what is needed in order the client to move. House-parents and Social Worker. They should be aware on the situation of the clients, and should provide support for the recovery of the clients. Future Researcher. They were recommended to give a broader analysis regarding the study so that they can gather deeper results

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Additional Information: PSY 864 2007
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
H Social Sciences > HN Social history and conditions. Social problems. Social reform
H Social Sciences > HT Communities. Classes. Races
H Social Sciences > HV Social pathology. Social and public welfare
Depositing User: Ms. Bibiana Alcantara
Date Deposited: 27 Jan 2016 06:53
Last Modified: 27 Jan 2016 06:53
URI: http://thesis.dlsud.edu.ph/id/eprint/1232

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