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Title: โลกหลังกำแพง : ประสบการณ์ชีวิตและการปรับตัวทางความคิด ของผู้ต้องขังหญิง
Other Titles: World Behind the Wall: Life Experiences and Cognitive Adaptation of Female Inmates
Authors: มาริษา อัจฉะวงค์
Authors: Natthawut Arin
มาริษา อัจฉะวงค์
Keywords: Female Inmates;Life experiences;Cognitive adaptation
Issue Date: Jun-2022
Publisher: เชียงใหม่ : บัณฑิตวิทยาลัย มหาวิทยาลัยเชียงใหม่
Abstract: This research is the hermeneutic phenomenological approach and aims to examine life experiences and cognitive adaptation of female inmates who live in correctional institution. The information of this study was collected from 14 female inmates and the in-depth interviews were performed. The qualitative data obtained is analyzed using content analysis. The results reveal that life experiences and cognitive adaptation of female inmates could be arranged into 3 parts as follows:Life experiences, lifestyle and routine activities of female inmates while living in prison, is composed of three major factors: 1) Daily routine of inmates 2) Society in correctional institution 3) Safety. Psychological Experiences of Inmates, Female inmates’ thoughts and emotions after they came to the prison, consisted of 5 main themes: 1) Feeling of suffering 2) Feeling of guilt towards families and lovers 3) Anxiety about lawsuits and judgments 4) Bodies out of control 5) Struggle in the past events.Cognitive Adaptation, Cognitive Adaptation of Inmates, which is the cognitive process could help them to solve problems and to be well-being, contained 2 main themes:1) Cognitive adaptation affected from internal world 2) Cognitive adaptation caused by external supportive factors. The research finding leads to understanding of experiences and cognitive adaptations of female inmates who live in correctional institution. In addition, the research results indicate that mental health healing by counseling psychology in female inmates is considered as a supportive counsel, to help them to introspect, to aware of themselves, to esteem their internal value or self-worth, in order that they are be able to find hope, optimism, mindfulness and to live in the present moment, including find out their own coping strategies. In conclusion, the research results of the process can help female inmates to have well-being and ease their living in the prison.
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