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아동기 가정폭력을 경험한 성인의 도박중독 과정 경험

A Gambling Addiction Process in Adults Who Experienced Domestic Violence in Childhood

  • 30-2-168-이미형-최종.pdf
  • 저자 최서연, 이미형, 이은진,박시현, 김희경
    국문키워드 도박, 아동기, 가정폭력, 질적연구, 근거이론 영문 키워드 Gambling; Child abuse; Domestic violence; Qualitative research; Grounded theory
    출판정보 30권 2호 pp.168-179 발행년월 2021.06.30

    Purpose: The purpose of this study was to develop a theory on the gambling addiction process in adults who
    experienced domestic violence in childhood. Methods: Data were collected from 20 adults from May 1st to August
    30th, 2020. Data were analyzed using grounded theory methodology as suggested by Strauss and Corbin. Results:
    The core category of this study was revealed to be ‘becoming addicted to gambling to avoid the physical and emotional
    pain caused by childhood domestic violence and be rewarded’. The core phenomenon was ‘struggle from pain’
    which was derived from casual and contextual conditions: ‘ruthless physical violence’
    ‘intolerable psychological
    pain’, and ‘bystand of violence’
    ‘family addiction problem’
    ‘parental immoral attitude’, The action and interaction
    strategies were ‘making money by any means’, and ‘gambling to forget the pain’. The intervening conditions affecting
    them were ‘a distorted view of money’
    ‘resignation to helpless’, and ‘avoiding emotional distress’. The phases
    abbreviated through the produced process were the trauma phase, the avoidance phase, and the addiction phase.
    Conclusion: Adults became addicted to gambling as a manifestation of distorted compensation mentality in an
    attempt to avoid the physical and emotional trauma of domestic violence in childhood.

    이전글 정신질환자 자녀의 정신건강과 중재 프로그램에 관한 통합적 고찰
    다음글 소방공무원을 대상으로 한 심리 중재 연구의 통합적 고찰