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What family theory is this:
-Family viewed as whole system, instead of individual members
-A change to one member affects the entire system
-The system can both initiate and react to change
-Too much and too little change can lead to dysfunction

Family system

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What family theory is this:
-Describes stress as inevitable
-Stressors can be expected or unexpected
-Explains the reaction of a family to stressful events
-Offers guidance for adapting to stress

Family stress

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What family theory is this:
-Views families as a small group that interacts with the larger social system
-Emphasizes similarities and consistencies in how family develop and change
-Uses Duvall's family life cycle stages to describe the changes a family goes through over time
-How the family functions in one stage has a direct effect on how the family will function in the next stage

Developmental

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Married couple and their biologic children (only full brothers and sisters)

Traditional nuclear family

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Two parents and their children (biologic, adoptive, step, foster)

Nuclear family

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One parent and one or more children

Single-parent family

7

At least one stepparent, step sibling, or half-sibling

Blended family (reconstituted)

8

At least one parent, one child, and other individuals either related or not

Extended family

9

Two members of the same sex who have children and a legal common law tie

Gay/lesbian family

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A child or children who have been placed in an approved living environment away from the family of origin--usually with one or two parents

Foster family

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Parents who have terminated spousal roles but continue their parenting roles

Binuclear family

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Individuals who share common ownership of property and goods and exchange services without monetary consideration

Communal family

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Parents try to control the child's behaviors and attitudes through unquestioned rules and expectations

Dictatorial or authoritarian

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Parents exert little or no control over the child's behaviors, and consult the child when making decisions

Permissive

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Parents direct the child's behavior by setting rules and explaining the reason for each rule setting; parents negatively reinforce deviations from the rules

Democratic or authoritative

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Parents are uninvolved, indifferent, and emotionally removed

Passive

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The child may watch tv whenever he wants

Passive

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The child is never allowed to watch tv on school nights

Dictatorial or authoritarian

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The child assists with deciding whether or het he will watch tv

Permissive

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The child can watch tv for 1 hr on school nights after completing all of his homework and chores

Democratic or authoritative

21

The privilege is taken away from watching tv if the child doesn't clean their room, but later will be reinstated based on new guidelines

Democratic or authoritative

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Which of the following is part of the developmental theory:
A. Describes stress is inevitable
B. Emphasizes that change with one member affects entire family
C. Provides guidance to assist families in adapting to stress
D. Defines consistencies in how families change

D is correct

A is part of family stress theory
B is part of family system theory
C is part of family stress theory
D is part of developmental theory

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"My son knows he better do what I say."

Authoritarian

24

A nurse is performing a family assessment. Which of the following should the nurse include?
A. Med. history
B. Parents education level
C. Child's physical growth
D. Support systems
E. Stressors

A, B, D, E