Annotated Bibliography on Parenting Attitudes towards Childhood Cancer American Cancer Society. (2012). Children Diagnosed with Cancer: Dealing with Diagnosis. Retrieved from http://www.cancer.org/treatment/childrenandcancer/whenyourchildhascancer/childrendiagnosedwithcancerdealingwithdiagnosis/children-diagnosed-with-cancer-dealing-with-diagnosis-how-parents-react. This paper talks about the feelings that parent experiment after their child is diagnosed with cancer. This paper also gives a guide to the reader on how to overcome those feeling of anger, guilty, and any other feeling. The key part in this article is how it describe each feeling that the parents pass trough after hearing their child have cancer. This paper will take the readers attention by showing them how the parents deal with their emotions and how they can get over it. Blew, A., Hubert, N., Katz, R. E., Rubestein, L. C. Varm, W. J., (1992). Children’s Health Care. Teacher, Parent, and Child Evaluative Ratings of a School Reintegration Intervention for Children with Newly Diagnosed Cancer. Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1207/s15326888chc2102_1. This article talks about how children with cancer adapt themselves in school. The article is based upon teachers and parent opinion in this topic. The key subject in this article is the parents’ descriptions of their children. The description of the parents will help the reader to understand the parents experience on taking their kids to school, after their kids are diagnosed with cancer. Braniecki, S., Kazak, E. A., Streisand, R., Tercyak, P. K. (2000). Oxford Journal. Journal of pediatric Psychology, 26, 155-162. The reason of this article is to get to know the stress that parents suffer during the cancer of their child. Several parents participated in this article to make studies on this topic. The main part of this article is the results of the research. Those results tells us what kind of stress the parents suffer during the...
Bibliography: Braniecki, S., Kazak, E. A., Streisand, R., Tercyak, P. K. (2000). Oxford Journal. Journal of pediatric Psychology, 26, 155-162.
The reason of this article is to get to know the stress that parents suffer during the cancer of their child
Goldberg, P., Lichtman, R. (2012). Parenting a Child with Cancer. Retrieved from http://www.montyscorner.org/content/parenting-child-cancer.
In this paper the reader can see the difference between parenting a normal kid and parenting a child with cancer
Kenne, N. (2002). Childhood Cancer: a Parent’s Guide to Solid Tumor Cancers. United States of America: O’Reilly & Associates, Inc.
This book is a guide to the parents with children with cancer
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