Navigating Family Cancer Communication: Communication Strategies of Female Cancer Survivors in Central Appalachia
In a multiphasic study, the stories of 29 female Appalachian cancer survivors were collected through either a day-long modified story circle event (n=26) or an in-depth interview (n=3). Qualitative content analysis was used to identify emergent themes in the data. The analysis revealed 5 types of family cancer communication including both pre-diagnosis and postdiagnosis cancer communication strategies
Duvall, Kathryn L.; Dorgan, Kelly A.; and Hutson, Sadie P.. 2012. Navigating Family Cancer Communication: Communication Strategies of Female Cancer Survivors in Central Appalachia. Business Research Yearbook. Vol.XIX(1). 263-270. http://www.iabdnet.org/
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