Basic Concepts In Fa

An Introductory Text
 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
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  • erschienen am 12. Mai 2014
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  • 414 Seiten
 
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978-1-317-77405-1 (ISBN)
 
First published in 1987. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
  • Englisch
  • Florence
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  • Großbritannien
Taylor & Francis Ltd
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978-1-317-77405-1 (9781317774051)
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  • Cover
  • Half Title
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Dedication
  • Table of Contents
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Unit I: Getting Acquainted with the Family
  • 1. Exploring the Family Structure
  • What Is a Family?
  • The Family Life Cycles
  • Techniques for Focusing on the Family
  • Self-Exploration: Discovering Your Family Life Space
  • Self-Exploration: Using the Jack
  • Unit II: Family Concepts: A Systems Perspective
  • 2. Individuation
  • Theories of Individuation
  • Generational Boundaries, Closeness, and Role Behaviors
  • Individuation as a Lifelong Process
  • Self-Exploration: Individuation
  • 3. Separation
  • Infancy and Early Childhood
  • Middle Childhood and Early Adolescence
  • Late Adolescence and Leaving Home
  • Divorce and Joint Custody
  • Self-Exploration: Separations
  • 4. Cutoffs
  • The Concept of Cutting Off
  • The Painful Process of Cutting Off
  • Reconstructing the Relationship
  • Developmental Timing
  • When Are Cutoffs Beneficial?
  • Self-Exploration: Family Cutoffs
  • 5. Triangles
  • Vulnerability and Self-Protection
  • The Universal Triangle: Father/Mother/Child
  • Dysfunctional Triangles
  • Triangles and Family Types
  • Self-Exploration: Family Triangles
  • 6. Rituals
  • Positive Aspects of the Ritual
  • How Family Rituals Evolve and Develop
  • Altering Rituals and Establishing New Ones
  • Rituals and the Family Life Cycle
  • Self Exploration: Family Rituals
  • 7. Secrets
  • Kinds of Family Secrets
  • Adaptive Versus Maladaptive Secrets
  • Self-Exploration: Family Secrets
  • 8. Multigenerational Effects
  • Patterns of Multigenerational Transmission
  • The Family Legacy
  • Family Myths
  • Appreciating One's Multigenerational Heritage
  • Self-Exploration: Multigenerational Issues
  • 9. Networks
  • Zones of Intimacy
  • The Importance of Networks
  • Networks and Elderly People
  • Networks and Black Americans
  • Using-and Not Using-Networks
  • Self-Exploration: Networking
  • Unit III: Family Concepts: A Sibling Perspective
  • 10. Birth Order
  • Apparent Effects of Birth Order
  • Problems in Identifying Birth-Order Effects
  • The Large Family
  • Birth Order and Marriage Partners
  • Self-Exploration: Birth Order
  • 11. Sibling Relationships
  • Sibling Solidarity
  • Fervent Sibling Loyalty
  • Sibling Rivalry
  • Deidentification
  • Identification
  • Self-Exploration: Sibling Relationships
  • Unit IV: Family Concepts: A Social Psychological Perspective
  • 12. Attribution
  • Patterns of Attribution
  • Factors Affecting Internal Versus External Attributions
  • Factors Affecting Attribution Style
  • Self-Exploration: Attribution
  • 13. Equity Theory
  • The Theory of Family Equity
  • Equity and Family Roles
  • Developing an Equity Pattern
  • Distribution of Power Between Marital Partners
  • Power Allocation Between Parents and Children
  • Self-Exploration: Equity
  • 14. Reactance
  • Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary
  • Reactance Versus Compliance
  • A Matter of Proportion
  • Role Boundaries and Coping Styles
  • Intergenerational Issues
  • Helping Others and Accepting Favors
  • Self-Exploration: Reactance
  • Unit V: Family Concepts: A Cognitive Perspective
  • 15. Communication Styles
  • Individual Communication Styles
  • Spousal Communication
  • Communicating Intimately
  • Parental Communication
  • Self-Exploration: Family Types
  • Self-Exploration: Parenting Style
  • Self-Exploration: Intimacy
  • 16. Problem Solving
  • Strategies for Reducing Conflict
  • Hostility and Intimacy
  • Using Fights to Advantage
  • Power and Problem Solving
  • Interpersonal Relating Styles and Family Dissatisfaction
  • Self-Exploration: Problem Solving
  • 17. Family Productivity
  • Provider Needs
  • Child Care and Child Socialization
  • Housework
  • Kinskeeping
  • Therapeutic Needs
  • Recreational Needs
  • Sexual Needs
  • Summary
  • Self-Exploration: Productivity
  • Recommended Books on the Techniques of Family Therapy
  • Index

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