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Family Processes Research Paper
Guided by family theories and conceptual frameworks, students will examine in greater depth the processes, functioning, and well-being of families based on differing family forms or configurations (e.g., single-parent, multigenerational households, two-parent), differing cultural dimensions (e.g., intersections of race/ethnicity and class), and/or differing developmental trajectories across the lifespan (e.g., families with preschoolers, aging parents).
These 8 to 10 page MAX papers require clear writing, critical thinking, and incorporation of peer-reviewed journal articles and other sources in the family research literature. APA format required.
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Human Behavior and the Family Life - resources to gain an understanding of individual human behavior In the context of the family and the transitions over the life course.
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Social Work - Resources for counseling,social problems, social reform, marriage & family, social welfare, public welfare
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