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Krankheitsbewältigung und soziale Unterstützung. Konzeptionelle Überlegungen zu einer Untersuchung von knochenmarktransplantierten Patienten

  • P. Bergerhoff
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Zusammenfassung

Seit den 70er Jahren ist ein explosionsartiges Ansteigen von Forschungsaktivitäten zum Thema „Soziale Unterstützung und Gesundheit bzw. Krankheitsbewältigung“ zu verzeichnen. Bei genauerer Betrachtung entpuppt sich jedoch „ein dürres Konzept mit der Last der großen Hoffnungen“ (Keupp 1987, S.11). Dieses Manko machen konzeptuelle und methodisch-operationale Schwächen aus.

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