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This is an excellent book, well written and easy to read. I will be recommending my students read this books as spans all the modules throughout the course. I particularly like the summary, key terms and application to practice at the end of each chapter.
A very useful book for anyone who works with families and who wants to better understand the relationship between nurture and control in the family dynamic.
A good book to support family practitioners in their work with families
Textbook has been adopted through the UCSB Bookstore for Fall 2012 Quarter. which will begin on September 21, 2012.
Professor is requesting: 2 Desk Copies.
I am more than happy to add this text to the Year 1 FdA student supplementary reading list for the Interpersonal and Communication Skills module. Even though much of the text is beyond the level of depth that needed by the year 1 students in the study of their module, there are some really useful sections in the book that the students will find very useful, because aspects of these topics are covered in the schedule of work.
A good introduction to the diversity of differing family groups in today's society. A range of issues that happen within families is explores and the book introduces a new theory which looks at the way families modify undesirable behaviour within the family. Suitable for Foundation Degree level courses concerned with Society and working with Families ie Social Work and Social Care.
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