A Narrative Study on the Family Pressure of a University Student With ADHD
葉鉦澂(Jheng-Cheng Yeh)；陳振明(Chen-Ming Chen)；葉靖雲(Silvia Yeh)；江秋樺(Chiu-Hua Chiang)
注意力缺陷過動症 ； 家庭壓力 ； 敘事研究 ； ADHD ； Family Pressure ； Narrative Study
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3期（2016 / 04 / 01）
71 - 100
This study aimed to understand the growth pressure of one university student with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder through half-structured interviews. Due to the research ethics, the interviews also covered some narratives of the participant's mother based upon his request. After the completion of data collections, the researchers used a 〞whole - content〞 mode to analyze and organize the narrative information through repeated readings. The results were summarized as follows: 1. The participant's pressure from the family side mainly came from the demanding parenting skills from his mother and conflicts were thus occurred. 2. Being the offspring of a mother from mainland China, the participant considered himself being bullied, but his mother considered the participant should not fight against others when he was surely to lose. 3. The participant really cared about being imposed by corporal punishment, but his mother considered that she should be firmer at the beginning. They two confronted about this issue. 4. The participant was put on medication under his mother's agreement for improving academic achievements, but his function was too good to receive special education services. At the end of this study, the researchers also conducted deep reflections and provided suggestions to the interested readers.