• Family Therapy
    Introduction Family therapy evolved in the 1950’s and resulted in a paradigm shift toward the view of “reciprocal causality” (Corsini & Wedding, p. 403). Reciprocal causality turned the attention away from the individual client and towards the interactions between family members; consequently, the...
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  • Thesis
    apparent in the field over the past decade to be overcome. First, the debate whether marketing is an art or a science can be resolved. Second, the gap between the marketing discipline and practitioners can be closed. Third, the stagnant state of marketing theory can be invigorated. An exemplary case study...
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  • Nature vs Nurture
    not an argument to criminalize or imprison homosexuals, but an analogy to the relation between strong inclinations and moral responsibility. We could easily apply the "Just that way" defense to a number of social problems that may involve deeply ingrained (even biological) causes -- violence, substance...
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  • 6 Perspectives of Sociology
    This paper will discuss about the six ways of seeing towards sociology of work and followed by the analysis about Mama’s Family from the six (Taylorism, Durkheimian, Symbolic Interactivism, Weberian and Marxist) different points of view. The aim of this paper is to analyse whether the undocumented workers...
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  • Family Genogram Project
    Narrative Family Counseling Approach Research Paper Keltic University Abstract Narrative therapy is a social constructive philosophical approach to psychotherapy that has been developed to help clients deconstruct their negative and self-defeating life stories while rebuilding healthy and positive...
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  • Analyse, Critique, Compare and Contrast 2 Tests from Systemic Literature Describing Different Aspects of Systemic Theory and Practice
    theory and practice. I have selected Chapter 2 ‘The Therapy Manual’ from ‘Systemic couple Therapy and Depression’ by Elsa Jones and Eia Asen (2000, pages 13-44) and Chapters 2, 3 and 4 from ‘Moved to Tears, Moved to Action: Solution Focused Brief Therapy with Women and Children’ by Jane Lethem (reprinted...
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  • Critically Consider the Application of Systemic Family Therapy to Working with Children
    Critically consider the application of systemic family therapy to working with children. Family Therapy-defining concepts At first, family therapy was an experiment. In the post-World War II, many psychologists and psychiatrists strove to comprehend the multiple influences on human behaviour and...
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  • Milf
    Consumption” Paddy Dolan This article examines the limitations of the concept of sustainable consumption in terms of the inadequate attention given to the social, cultural, and historical contextualization of consumption. The author argues that macromarketing should adopt modes of inquiry that fully engage...
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  • family and marriage ten theories
    1. Family Ecology- The ecological context of the family affects family life and children’s outcomes. It explores how the family is influenced by the environment.This theory studies how family lives and decisions. It basically brings forth the idea that every choice that you make affects your family, your...
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  • To... Comfort the Afflicted, Afflict the Comfortable
    criticism, art, culture, architecture, and virtually everything nameable discipline, that would make heavy use, willingly or not, of the term postmodernism. There are conflicting accounts as to the origin of the term, Toybee has been suggested as has Ihab Hassan, Federico de Onis, Fredic Jamison and...
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  • Case Study Essay - Critical Analysis of Cbt and Psychodynamic Appoaches
    Consideration will be given from both a psychodynamic approach and CBT approach of how a therapist might work with Jane. The main similarities and differences of both the psychodynamic and CBT approaches will be analyzed. This will lead into an evaluation of which is the most appropriate approach in working...
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  • Nursing
    be placed briefly in context. Third, an overview of contemporary models of grief will be presented. Fourth, these will be critiqued from a social constructionist perspective. Fifth, some worldviews that support the active maintenance of bonds with the deceased will be explored. In contrast to contemporary...
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  • Psychology
    type or social norm. The norm is the average or typical behaviour or characteristic of the population. Norms are different for different populations and can change with time and conditions. In behaviour, normal refers to a lack of significant deviation from the average. Psychologists and social scientists...
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  • Should Children Who Commit Crimes Be Seen as Responsible for Their Actions?
    Introduction ▪ What is a child? ▪ Children and crime ▪ Explanation of essay Main ▪ The scientific approach ▪ The social constructionist approach ▪ The applied approach Conclusion ▪ Summary ▪ What fits society best now? The United Nations Convention...
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  • Integrated Systemic Family Therapy
    Narrative Therapy An Integrated Outcome? Introduction Systemic therapy was based on Minuchin’s Structural Therapy model (1968) followed by Bateson's cybernetic model (1972) The first order cybernetic model considerd that problems within a family system should be focused on by strategically solving...
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  • U07A1 Compare and Contrast Two Family Therapy Theories
    Comparison of Bowen's and narrative therapy. u07a1 Compare and Contrast Two Family Therapy Theories Kimberly R. Britton Capella University u07a1 Compare and Contrast Two Family Therapy Theories Choose two family systems therapy theories that you are interested...
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  • Social Psych
    simplify this by saying: men act and women appear. Men look at women. Women watch themselves being looked at. This determines not only most relations between men and women but also the relation of women to themselves.” * assume a male gaze of which women are the object. *Female body as a cinematic spectacle...
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  • Social Constructionist Perspectives on Human Life
    the social constructionist perspective offers. Social constructionism focuses on meaning and power. It maintains that, as humans, we respond to the meaning of events and objects rather than the actual objects and events themselves. This meaning is actually a construction, a product of social interaction...
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  • Seinfeld and Postmodernism
    Postmodernism pp. 6-12 Analysis: Seinfeld and Postmodernism pp. 12-17 Conclusion ...
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  • Comparing and Contrasting Essentialist Approaches to Social Psychology with Social Constructionist Approaches to Social Psychology.
    A widely recognised definition of social psychology is “an effort to understand and explain how the thought, feeling, and behaviour of individuals are influenced by the actual, imagined, or implied presence of others” (Allport, 1985). However, how to measure this, the research methods to be used and...
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