By Ruth Evans
This ground-breaking booklet specializes in the reports and views of kids which are taking good care of a mum or dad with HIV within the international North and South. Drawing on unique examine info, this e-book provides a special perception into the similarities and changes in kid's reports throughout varied socio-economic, cultural and welfare contexts. This e-book makes an important contribution to the becoming study facts on teenagers with worrying duties ('young carers') and the affects of HIV/AIDS on households globally. It examines the affects of caregiving inside households plagued by HIV/AIDS; kid's and households' resilience; the criteria influencing even if kids get involved in care paintings; and native and international coverage responses. also, it offers the debts of oldsters residing with HIV and repair companies operating with households. This booklet may be of curiosity to policymakers and practitioners in HIV/AIDS, and to researchers, lecturers and scholars fascinated with foreign improvement; social coverage; formative years and formative years reviews; social paintings; health and wellbeing and social care; schooling; kid's companies; and, nursing and palliative care.
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In the UK and some other countries, however, this has been challenged by, among others, disability theorists and proponents of the ‘Social Model of Disability’. The social model rejects medical models of illness and disability that portray disabled people as passive ‘victims’ of individual misfortune and emphasises the social structural, environmental and attitudinal barriers that exclude disabled people from full participation in society (Oliver, 1990; Morris, 1991). Furthermore, the social model challenges the language and ideology of ‘care’, arguing that notions of ‘dependency’ and ‘caregiving’ misrepresent both the needs of ill and disabled people and their relationships with ‘carers’, social workers and service providers (Morris, 1991; Morris, 1993; Keith and Morris, 1995).
The ethic of care thus provides a useful framework for 13 Children caring for parents with HIV and AIDS conceptualising the identities and practices of caregiving relationships in households affected by HIV/AIDS. It also helps us understand how interdependence and reciprocity can mitigate some of the negative outcomes associated with caring and promote protective factors and resilience among children and parents. We use the experiences of young people with caring responsibilities in these two countries as a window on the global and local processes and policies that influence caring relationships within families, and as a lens through which to make some comparisons and observations about policy responses to young caregiving and HIV/AIDS in the global North and South.
Several researchers have developed the notion of children’s different pathways or ‘trajectories’ in which children may demonstrate resilience at particular times or in particular domains or spheres of their lives (Luthar and Cicchetti, 2000; Ungar, 2004; Schoon, 2006). Gilligan (2000) discusses the notion of ‘turning points’ in children’s lives, whereby a favourable experience may represent a turning point in a child’s trajectory. However, trajectories should not be seen as unilinear, but fluid, recursive and varying between multiple spheres and domains (Schoon, 2006).