Families, what makes them work
Sage Publications, 1983 - 312 sidor
A major new book in family studies, that concentrates on how 'normal' families work -- their strengths and weaknesses, the kinds of crises and stresses with which they cope, and the changes that come over them during seven stages of their life cycle. Over one thousand families were studied in order to reveal the true complexity of family life by maintaining the separate perspectives of husbands, wives, and adolescent children.
'...this book should be read by all who are concerned with family stress, family integration, and coping behaviors in functioning families.' -- Choice, May 1984
'...the book is indeed destined to be a classic reference work that belongs in every family specialist's library.' -- The American Journal of Family Therapy, Volume 13 no 1, Spring 1985
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The theme of independence becomes more prominent as children approach
adolescence and has taken on greater importance for increasing numbers of
women in our culture. As a result, it has become difficult for many American
families to ...
Individual and Family Development Family members grow up and change, and
families may move from one community to another. Children become young
adults and leave home, and parents may become grandparents. These life
events and ...
(23) defining the family problem in a more positive way so that we do not become
too discouraged. (24) asking relatives how they feel about problems we face. (25)
feeling that no matter what we do to prepare, we will have difficulty handling ...
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Preface to the Updated Edition
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