7 edition of Reexamining family stress found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Wesley R. Burr, Shirley R. Klein ; with Robert G. Burr ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Klein, Shirley R.|
|LC Classifications||HQ518 .B875 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0803949294, 0803949308|
|LC Control Number||93021399|
Reexamining family stress: new theory and research / by: Burr, Wesley R., Published: () Back in touch: reconnecting with your children. Published: (). Popular Stress Management Books Showing of 10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works (Hardcover).
Burr, W., Klein, S., Burr, R., Doxey, C., Harker, B., Holman, T., et al. (). Reexamining family stress: New theory and nd Oaks, CA: : Maria-Christina Stewart, Lance Hartmut Linke. The conceptual framework for the volume is Hill's ABC-X model of family stress and McCubbin and Patterson's Double ABC-X model. The first chapter does an excellent job of introducing these theoretical perspectives to the reader.
subject to stress. A good way to think about family stress is as: an imbalance between the demands on the family and the family's ability to manage those demands These demands are called stressors. They are events that can “trigger” stress in a family. These include: Financial Concerns - File Size: KB. The ability to be resilient in highly stressful times was addressed in their edition of Reexamining Family Stress. They found that families who experienced extreme amounts of stress grew and gained insight into the stressful situations they were experiencing.
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"In Reexamining Family Stress, authors Wesley R. Burr, Shirly R. Klein, and associates present a systemic model of family stress that moves sharply away from the popular, positivist ABC-X models. Using a series of qualitative and quantitative studies of different families in stress, the authors outline the various patterns of family responses to stress, the elements of the family system most affected by stressful events and the helpfulness or harmfulness of differing family management Cited by: Using a series of qualitative and quantitative studies of different families in stress, the authors outline the various patterns of family responses to stress, the elements of the family system most affected by stressful events and the helpfulness or harmfulness of differing family management : $ In Reexamining Family Stress, authors Wesley R.
Burr, Shirly R. Klein, and associates present a systemic model of family stress that moves sharply away. Using a series of qualitative and Reexamining family stress book studies of different families in stress, the authors outline the Reexamining family stress book patterns of family responses to stress, the elements of the family system most affected by stressful events and the helpfulness or harmfulness of differing family management 4/5(1).
Summary: The authors reexamine the theoretical literature in search of a better way of understanding stress and its management in families setting aside traditional positivist notions in favor of a family systems paradigm that allows them to view stress as a multifaceted phenomenon with multiple causes and coping strategies.
Using a series of qualitative and quantitative studies of different families in stress, the authors outline the various patterns of family responses to stress, the elements of the family system most affected by stressful events and the helpfulness or harmfulness of differing family management strategies.
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Burr, Wesley R., ; Format: Book; viii, p. ; 23 cm. Buy Reexamining Family Stress: New Theory and Research (SAGE Library of Social Research) 1 by Wesley Burr, Shirley Klein (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Wesley Burr, Shirley Klein. This book is not intended to be a comprehensive review of the family stress literature, nor is it a review of the classics in family stress theory. Rather, it is a compilation of theoretical ideas and linkages to help you ponder, think critically, feel, discover, hypothesize, test, and even remember your own experiences.
The purpose of this book is to fill a void in the field of family science. This book is directed primarily at upper-level undergraduate students and graduate students enrolled in courses in family science programs (family life education, family studies, etc.) at 4-year colleges and universities.
Reexamining family stress: New theory and. & Patterson, Joan M. Family stress, coping, and social support / edited by Hamilton I.
McCubbin, A. Elizabeth Cauble, Joan M. Patterson Thomas Springfield, Ill Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Family Stress. Synonyms. Definition. Family stress can be defined as any stressor that concerns one or more members of the family (or the whole system) at a defined time, which impacts the emotional connection between family members, their mood, well-being, as well as the maintenance of the family relationship.
"Maguire's Stress and Coping in Families is currently the only available textbook in the family communication literature to focus exclusively on the importance of managing the wide range of stressors experienced in contemporary family life.
The work provides a solid foundation to help students understand the nature of stress and the significance of communication in positive coping."Cited by: 2. Family development - family changed (develops) in predictable ways 3. Family ecology - explores how a family influences and IS influenced by the environment that surrounds it 4.
Family system - each member of the family affects the family as a whole an affects each family member. In Reexamining Stress Theory, Wesley Burr, Shirley Klein, and associate's offer the field a fresh perceptive to family stress theory. Their book builds on the earlier theory building efforts by Robert Burr (), using a systematic approach, and tests this refined theoretical approach with an empirical study.
This book provides an inclusive framework, the Contextual Model of Family Stress (CMFS), for family stress intervention and prevention with new emphasis on resilience, community, and diversity.
Multicultural differences in meaning and coping are illustrated with new information about a universal stressor—a death in the family. Integrating research, theory, and applications, Families & Change: Coping With Stressful Events and Transitions, Fifth Edition offers students an in-depth understanding of family change.
Each chapter of this bestselling text presents the latest scholarship from leaders in. “Families & Change is an excellent resource for students to learn about stress and crisis within families.” - Carrie LeFevre Sillito, University of Utah Learn how contemporary families respond to and handle common stressful life circumstances.
Consistent integration of illustrated vignettes and case studies to better examine family stressors and family resilience. Updated statistics, sources, and contemporary issues and problems facing families in each chapter.
Greater emphasis on stressors, risk. Research has been based upon theoretical models of stress in close relationships, specifically family stress models (e.g. Hill, ; McCubbin & Patterson, ) and couple’s stress model’s.Reexamining Family Stress: New Theory and Research, Vol. / Wesley R. Burr / Reexamining Family Stress: New Theory and Research / Wesley R.
Burr / Narrative and Social Control: Critical Perspectives / Dennis K. Mumby (Editor) / With its hallmark Contextual Model of Family Stress (CMFS), the Third Edition provides practitioners and researchers with a useful framework to understand and help distressed individuals, couples, and families.
The example of a universal stressor—a death in the family—highlights cultural .