The concept of family

morality, individuation, and reason as uniting forces in married life
  • 130 Pages
  • 3.39 MB
  • English
Quenstedt Pub. , Chester, NY
Families, Individuality, Marriage, Psychological as
StatementPaul Dennis Sporer
LC ClassificationsHQ734 .S834 2010
The Physical Object
Pagination130 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25030595M
ISBN 139781932490398
LC Control Number2010053257

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The Book of Genesis thus suggests three concepts of family: (1) the family of parents and children and their descendants; (2) the family of humankind--affirmed based on the fact of descent from the original human couple or affirmed as a experience of faith and hope; (3) and the family of those who have become similar through deliberate action to assimilate.

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a family for some purposes, but not for others, is the best solution. The lack of a definition of the family in the law stems partly from the fact that the family has no legal status separate from its members.

The role of the law is usually one of defining and enforcing rights and obligations of the individuals. Key Concepts in Family Studie's individual entries introduce, explain and contextualize the key topics within the study of the family.

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"The Eight Concepts" is a clear and concise description of the basic concepts of Bowen family system theory. Beginning with the fundamental concept of the nuclear family as the emotional unit, the other concepts -- differentiation of self scale, triangles, cutoff, family projection process, multigenerational transmission process, sibling position, and emotional processes o4/5(38).

The book, Centuries of Childhood by Philippe Ariès, published in France inhad a great influence on the revival of the field of family history studies. Ariès used the analysis of demographic data to draw the conclusion that the concept of childhood was a. Family systems theory is often applied to other “emotional units”, like offices, churches, and groups, where relationships are intense and span many years.

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The concept of the family has changed drastically from being of an extended family in pre-industrial society which contained two or more generations living under one roof. The role of the family was primarily a unit of production and reproduction which revolved around the farm.

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Bowen's family systems theory (FST) is a concept of looking at the family as an emotional unit derived from Bowen's study of the family. Psychiatrist Murray Bowen developed the Bowen family systems theory which is a relationship system the family exhibits as the interlocking concepts of familial development and behavior are carefully analyzed.

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The Family Concept The importance of strong parents, healthy families, and well-adjusted children, has been what strong social groups have been based on for may years. These aspects of the stable nation has changed over the past several generations. The family works as a system by showing commitment, trust and understanding to members.

The family must be willing to work together and if needed make sacrifices for each other or to benefit the whole family.

Concept of Family The concept of family most used in hospital setting is family as context. The one who does the most accommodating literally “absorbs” system anxiety and thus is the family member most vulnerable to problems such as depression, alcoholism, affairs, or physical illness.

Murray Bowen, a psychiatrist, originated this theory and its eight interlocking concepts. He formulated the theory by using systems thinking to. This edited collection uses the concept of 'displaying families' as a new way to understand contemporary family and personal life, addressing how, in a world of fluid relationships, family life must not only be 'done' but also be 'seen to be done'.

Questioning the basic concept of family is a relatively new phenomenon, though variations in what we consider a "family" are not.

There are so many variations of "family" today that it is hard to define what, exactly, a family is. ↑ Pease, A. and Pease, B. () The Definitive Book Of Body Language, London: Orion Books.

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