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Using ethnographic data from Welfare, Children, and Families: A Three-City Study, we examined time obligations and resource coordination of low-income mothers. Longitudinal data from 75 African… (More)
"Family time" is reflected in the process of building and fortifying family relationships. Whereas such time, free of obligatory work, school, and family maintenance activities, is purchased by many… (More)
Since its inception, family therapy (FT) has been distinguished by its explicit theoretical and practical focus on families and relationships as systems, with an emphasis on second order rather than… (More)
The authors apply guided imagery to the practice of couple therapy in a manner consistent with the field's emphasis on nonhierarchical, collaborative models, client strengths, and empowerment. They… (More)
For all the disdain that postmodernist philosophy has generated in the family social science field, one of its redeeming qualities has been its work as a catalyst in pushing the field to re examine… (More)