Marriage Studies In Emotional Conflict And Growth

Author by : Tavistock Institute of Human Relations. Family Discussion Bureau
Language : en
Publisher by : London : Methuen
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Marriage

Author by : Society for Organising Charitable Relief and Repressing Mendicity, afterwards Charity Organisation Society, afterwards Family Welfare Association (London). - Family Discussion Bureau
Language : en
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Marriage

Author by : Society for Organising Charitable Relief and Repressing Mendicity, afterwards Charity Organisation Society, afterwards Family Welfare Association (London). - Family Discussion Bureau
Language : en
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Marriage

Author by : Society for Organising Charitable Relief and Repressing Mendicity, afterwards Charity Organisation Society, afterwards Family Welfare Association (London). - Family Discussion Bureau
Language : en
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Modern Love

Author by : Marcus Collins
Language : en
Publisher by : University of Delaware Press
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Description : What succeeded separate spheres? How did women's emancipation reshape friendship, marriage, and sexuality? Why did second-wave feminists declare that "the personal is political"?


Psychotherapy With Couples

Author by : Stanley Ruszczynski
Language : en
Publisher by : Karnac Books
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Description : A thought provoking, persuasive, challenging, and above all practical guide for beginners and more experienced therapists alike. It shows the demands and complexity of marital work and is an important reminder of the interdependence of theory and practice.


Marriage Domestic Life And Social Change

Author by : Jacqueline Lesley Burgoyne
Language : en
Publisher by : Taylor & Francis
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Description : This volume brings together essays by leading sociologists and researchers on marriage and the family in a tribute to the life and work of Jacqueline Burgoyne, a major figure in family studies.


Adult Psychological Problems

Author by : Lorna Champion
Language : en
Publisher by : Taylor & Francis
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Description : First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


The Woman Patient

Author by : Malkah Notman
Language : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : This volume continues some of the issues raised in Volume 2 and fo cuses more closely on therapeutic intervention. The theoretical discus sion of aggression provides a background for the presentation of pat terns of aggression and violence affecting women, as well as possible connections between physical and emotional symptoms and indirect expressions of aggression. The section on aggression against and by women is an extension of some of the content of The Woman Patient, Volume 1 (e. g. , the chapter on rape). Theoretical and clinical views that are not often linked in this fashion are included here because we are interested in understanding the development of a self-concept that incorporates the constructive aspects of "aggression" as well as an un derstanding of violence. In this context, loss, abandonment, delin quency, and child and adolescent suicide are also extensions of these issues. The chapters that follow address aspects of symptom formation and concepts of illness. There is, as yet, no definitive explanation for why women experience certain illness patterns more or less than men. Current considerations have been reviewed, but these do not answer. They are a beginning on which we must build. It is apparent that any discussion of these subjects better elucidates the complexity if it in cludes an intermingling of general problems with concrete symptoms. Those specific problems that are usually thought of as psychological such as depression, and behaviors (such as substance abuse) provide a focus for understanding wider issues.


Medicine Charity And Mutual Aid

Author by : Dr Anne Borsay
Language : en
Publisher by : Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
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Description : The history of the voluntary sector in British towns and cities has received increasing scholarly attention in recent years. Nevertheless, whilst there have been a number of valuable contributions looking at issues such as charity as a key welfare provider, charity and medicine, and charity and power in the community, there has been no book length exploration of the role and position of the recipient. By focusing on the recipients of charity, rather than the donors or institutions, this volume tackles searching questions of social control and cohesion, and the relationship between providers and recipients in a new and revealing manner. It is shown how these issues changed over the course of the nineteenth century, as the frontier between the state and the voluntary sector shifted away from charity towards greater reliance on public finance, workers' contributions, and mutual aid. In turn, these new sources of assistance enriched civil society, encouraging democratization, empowerment and social inclusion for previously marginalized members of the community. The book opens with an introduction that locates medicine, charity and mutual aid within their broad historiographical and urban contexts. Twelve archive-based, inter-related chapters follow. Their main chronological focus is the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, which witnessed such momentous changes in the attitudes to, and allocation of, charity and poor relief. However, individual chapters on the early modern period, the eighteenth century and the aftermath of the Second World War provide illuminating context and help ensure that the volume provides a systematic overview of the subject that will be of interest to social, urban, and medical historians.