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Single Parenting Issues Faces by Widows : A Qualitative Study on Pastoral Care and Counselling
Authorship Description
N. Majithuibou.
Bibliographical Details xii, 86 p. 23 cm.
Edition, Place & Publisher 1st ed. New Delhi, Christian World Imprints.
ISBN-10 9351485404
ISBN-13 9789351485407, 978-9351485407
Year of Publication 2021.
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This book gives a handy copy to people who are researching and counseling on the issues faced by widows, which in turn affect their parenting.

It is meant to provide findings on the identities of eight areas of issues faced by widows in parenting; such as the financial, physical, spiritual, educational, social, personality formation, character formation and patriarchal. The scholarly work also examines, the role of the Church toward widows, coping skills practices by widows and counseling needs and care for widows. This includes pastoral care for the widows such as maintaining relationship, caring network, awareness program, support groups and different counselling approach.


List of Abbreviations

Chapter 1: Introduction

1.1. Statement of the Problem
1.2. Elaboration of the Problem
1.3. Need and Importance of the Research
1.4. Operational Definitions
1.5. Aim and Objectives
1.6. Methods and Materials
1.7. Scope and Limitations of the Study
1.8. Sample and Sampling Procedure
1.9. Analysis
1.10. Previous Research
1.11. Outline of the Research

Chapter 2: Literature Review

2.1. Definition of Single Parenting
2.2. Causes of Single Parenting
2.3. Types of Single Parenting Styles
2.4. Issues of Single Parenting
2.5. Status of Widows in Liangmai Naga Society
2.6. Conclusion

Chapter 3: Method of Research

3.1. Inclusion Criteria
3.2. Exclusion Criteria
3.3. Personal Data Sheet
3.4. Case Study
3.5. Interview Schedule
3.6. Data Collection Procedure
3.7. Recording of Data
3.8. Analysis of the Data
3.9. Conclusion

Chapter 4: Analysis and Interpretation

4.1. Case Presentation
4.2. Commonalities and Differences: Discussions and Interpretation
4.3. Pastoral Care
4.4. Conclusion

Chapter 5: Summary of Findings and Its Implication for Pastoral Care and Counselling

5.1. Summary of the Findings of the Study
5.2. Role of the Church
5.3. Coping Skills
5.4. Implications for Pastoral Care and Counselling
5.5. Different Counselling Approach
5.6. Suggestions for Further Research
5.7. Conclusion


N. Majithuibou has completed Bachelor of Divinity (2013) from Eastern Theological College (ETC), Jorhat, Assam; Diploma in Clinical Pastoral Counselling- DCPC (2016) from Thomas Mar Athanasius Institute of Counselling (TMAIC), Kottayam, Kerala; and Master of Theology-M.Th (2018) from Federated Faculty for Research in Religion and Culture (FFRRC), Kottayam, Kerala.

He has served as Chaplain in Liangmai Christian Fellowship, Guwahati (2013-2015). Currently he is serving as Associate Pastor in Liangmai Christian Fellowship, Delhi (2018-till date) and pursuing Ph.D in Clinical pastoral Counselling at Asia Graduate School of Theology (AGST), Philippines.

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