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Running Head: A SYSTEM APPROACH TO ADDICTION: Annotated Bibliography A System Approach to Addiction Annotated Bibliography Rich Yeager Dr. Bryant 8475 Capella University May 27, 2018
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Running Head: A SYSTEM APPROACH TO ADDICTION: Annotated Bibliography Abstract This paper will highlight therapists and treatment options towards understanding chemical addiction from a family systems perspective. The effects of chemical dependency upon the family, intervention approaches aimed toward assisting the family as families redefine themselves and change their structure. The integration of chemical dependency treatment and the family therapy is also discussed as it is practiced in an intensive outpatient program. Documents include articles published in professional journals, books, reports by both government and non-government sources, and resource material produced. The professional journals consulted span several disciplines including medicine, psychology, sociology, social work and the biological and physical sciences.
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Running Head: A SYSTEM APPROACH TO ADDICTION: Annotated Bibliography References: 1. Arfken C., Kubiak S., Farrag M. Acculturation and Polysubstance Abuse in Arab-American Treatment Clients Volume: 46 issue: 4, page(s): 608-622 Article first published online: December 21, 2009; Issue published: December 1, 2009 This article highlights the impact of acculturation to U.S. culture by Latinos and Asian Americans has been associated with increased prevalence of substance abuse. However, little is known about the association between acculturation and substance use among Arab Americans, or more specifically, among Arab-American treatment clients. 2. William R. Miller, and Kathleen M. Carroll, Guilford Publications, 2014. Rethinking Substance Abuse: 3. Bandura, A. (1977). Self-efficacy: Toward a unifying theory of behavior change. Psychological Review 84, 191–215. Developmental Theory and Addiction -Addictions. (n.d.). Retrieved April 22, 2018, from -
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