Getting to the Heart of the Story: Using Talanoa to Explore Pacific Mental Health
作者: Sione VakaTula BrannellyAnnette Huntington
作者单位: 1Massey University , School of Nursing , Auckland , New Zealand
2University of Southampton , Faculty of Health Sciences , Southampton , United Kingdom
3Massey University , School of Nursing , Wellington , New Zealand
刊名: Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2016, Vol.37 (8), pp.537-544
来源数据库: Taylor & Francis Journal
DOI: 10.1080/01612840.2016.1186253
原始语种摘要: Talanoa is an established format for generating discussion about complex topics used throughout the Pacific. Pacific researchers use talanoa to gather data with migrant Pacific Island populations, in countries such as the United States of America, Australia, and Aotearoa/New Zealand (A/NZ). Using talanoa in this way, changes the way that the approach is used as, on the one hand it is out of its original context, and on the other hand, extends its use to gather data with Pacific Islanders. In this article, we discuss the implementation of talanoa in an explorative qualitative research project, and discuss its effectiveness and usefulness for getting to the heart of the story about Tongan interpretations of mental illness and distress.
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  • Pacific 太平洋
  • gather 乐取
  • discuss 议论
  • Australia 澳大利亚
  • distress 损坏
  • generating 滚成运动
  • explorative 勘探的
  • usefulness 有效
  • complex 超群
  • effectiveness 有效性