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This week Paradigms create first-order family processes, including family rules. 1. What are rules? 2. What is their purpose? 3. How are rules utilized?
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Group Discussion What is the first rule of your family that you think of from growing up? How did these rules help your family?
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Some definitions Rule : a principle or regulation governing conduct, action, procedure, arrangement, etc l In families, rules govern and regulate family life. l Govern through supporting structure l Regulate by giving boundaries for behavior l Mores : rules about serious issues or behavior Don’t kill people Word of Wisdom Violations bring serious internal/external consequences l Folkways: rules about less serious behavior
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Emergence of Rules Like other patterns and processes we’ve studied, rules are formed from multiple sources. l Family paradigms Tradition (generative relationships) What has our family done in the past? What did my family do growing up?
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