The lived experience of bereaved parents of children murdered in intimate partner violence who have opened up to the public about their bereavement. A research proposal based on my research seminar at Auckland Uni on 8th Dec 2020, with new development

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Dai, Hua
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2021-12
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bereaved parents of murdered children
parents
partner violence
domestic violence
bereavement
grief
homicide
lived experiences
public disclosure
meaning
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Dai, H. (2021, December). The lived experience of bereaved parents of children murdered in intimate partner violence who have opened up to the public about their bereavement. A research proposalbased on my research seminar at Auckland Uni on 8th Dec 2020, with new development. Paper presented at the MIT/Unitec Research Symposium 2021.
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RESEARCH QUESTIONS • What is the lived experience of bereaved parents of children murdered in intimate partner violence who have opened up to the public with their bereavement? 1. What is their meaning-making process? What has sustained them to live on after the traumatic loss of their children? 2. What is their ontological shift and when has that shift begun taking place post-trauma?
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