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1

How is family defined?

as what an individual considers it to be

2

What are the three Family Theories?

1) Family Systems Theory

2) Family Stress Theory

3) Developmental Theory

3

In the ---- ---- theory, the family is viewed as a whole system, instead of ---- members.

Family Systems theory

individual

4

In the --- --- theory, too much and too little of what can lead to dysfunction.

Family Systems theory

change

5

Which system both inititates and reacts to change.

Family Systems Theory

6

Which theory explains the reaction of a family to stressful events?

Family Stress Theory

7

Which theory views families as small groups that interact in the larger social system?

Developmental Theory

8

Difference b/t the Traditional Nuclear Family & the Nuclear Family.

Traditional Nuclear Family includes ONLY biological children

Nuclear Family includes step-kids, foster-kids, adopted kids & biologic kids

9

Which family type is made up of parents who are divorced (or terminated relationship) but continue their parenting roles?

Binuclear family

10

Parenting Style:
Parent's try to control the child's behaviors and attitudes through UNQUESTIONED RULES and EXPECTATIONS.

Authoritarian (aka: Dictatorial)

11

Parenting Style:
Parents exert little/no control over child's behaviors, and CONSULT THE CHILD when making decisions.

Permissive

12

Parenting Style:
Parents DIRECT the child's behavior by setting rules and explaining the reason for each rule. Deviations are NEGATIVELY REINFORCED (ie: lose privileges).

Authoritative (aka: Democratic)

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Parenting Style:
Parents are UNINVOLVED, indifferent, and emotionally removed.

Passive

14

Parenting Style Example:
"My son knows he better do what I say."

Authoritarian (aka: Dictatorial)

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What should be the focus when a parent disciplines their child?

improving behavior