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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/7/11 SFL 160: Family Paradigms
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4/7/11 Skimming the Surface Family Research: SFL 290 Theories of Family Life: SFL 336 Family Stress and Transitions: SFL 335 Specific Transitions:
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4/7/11 Next two lectures Two key questions: How do families think? How does thinking influence behavior?
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4/7/11 Paradigms Paradigm : a collection of thinking, beliefs, and values that characterize a group or community. Family Paradigm : the collective way a family views the world based on shared beliefs and values. “What type of family are we?”
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4/7/11 Levels of Abstraction First order Processes : visible to anyone who observes the family. Most of family life is centered around these processes (every other day of class) Example: Baseball cards Second order Processes : Themes and beliefs that tie family processes together and are generally held by all members of the family.
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2011 for the course SFL 160 taught by Professor Brianwilloughby during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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