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Family stories - Families pass on their narrative • As we...

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Family Stories Presentation reliant on the research of University of Iowa Study by Carma Bylun THE JOURNAL OF FAMILY COMMUNICATION, 3 (4), 215–236 Copyright © 2003, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
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Families pass on their narrative Families pass on their histories through narrative Special times of gathering Holidays, weddings, funerals, but also durign chores, parties and reunions Men and women differ in the themes of their stories Age plays a role in the way the story impacts the hearer
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Families pass on their narrative Two types of narrative Recounting History, biography and autobiography Accounting Theoretical explanations or arguments Take a moment Think back into your family life How did your family tell stories? Did men tell different stories then women>
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Unformatted text preview: Families pass on their narrative • As we progress – Keep in mind that each developmental stage is not in isolation from other stages – The age of a parent when a child is born – The age of a child when a parent dies – The strength of ties between the family impact emotional, social as well as physical development Today’s videos • Family Bonding • Personality • Attachment • Resiliency • What about the first words Today’s videos • The mind – Capabilities of Newborns – Babies recognition of mother • The Mind – cognitive development – Wired to seek new information – Habituation • Test of angels • The Mind – Social Development – Examples of Sense of Self and Moral Self...
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