Experiences of Chinese parents and the Triple-P Positive Parenting Program
thesisposted on 22.05.2021, 11:35 by Monica Hoiky Lam
This qualitative research study explores the experiences of two Chinese mothers who have taken one or more sessions of the Triple-P Positive Parenting Program. Utilizing a narrative methodology to inquiry, semi-structured interviews were conducted to answer the central research question: What are the experiences of Chinese parents who have taken one or more Triple-P sessions, in relation to the socio-political, historical and cultural factors that influence their lives? Data analysis draws from Anti-Oppression and Critical Race Feminism theoretical frameworks. The findings in this study provides insight to the successes, and challenges/needs/concerns of parenting interventions and its practices for the Chinese community.