14 analyze family adjustments resulting from family

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14. Analyze family adjustments resulting from family stress and strategies for minimizing strain on personal and family development resulting from under and unemployment. 15. Explore historical/theoretical perspectives on prejudice and discrimination against minorities and women and societal for remediating and preventing their occurrence. 16. Examine the causes and consequences of varied normative and non-normative stressors and their impact on developing and maintaining healthy personal and family relationships. 17. Analyze intra- and cross-cultural variations in personal and family relationships. Required Course Materials : 1. Olson, D., DeFrain, J. & Skogrand (2018, 9 th Edition). Marriages and families: Intimacy, diversity and strengths. New York, NY: McGraw Hill Publishing. Can be purchased as a hardcopy or as a RedLink e- book through the bookstore. 2. Olson, D. Awareness of Attitudes and Relationship Expectations Inventory (AWARE). Can be purchased as a bundle with the hardcopy text, or can be purchased separately at the bookstore (class code 19413-1234) Additional Required Course Resources: You will need access to a computer and you must have a CSULB account to access BeachBoard-use the same student ID and password that you use to access email. Students will need to check BEACHBOARD regularly to view course materials (e.g. lectures, powerpoints, videos, assignment descriptions, and class information updates, etc.) and to complete required course assignments. ***If you should ever require technical assistance please contact the CSULB Technology Help Desk at 562-985-4959.
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