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  • G Guntern
  • 1977
The follow-up study Alpendorf is presented as a paradigm for the observation of long-acting psycho-social stressors. Stressors can be observed directly or we infer to their existence from the observation of indicators of stress. There are methodological difficulties in differentiating stressors, indicators of stress and indicators of coping processes within(More)
  • G Guntern
  • 1984
The notion of Systems Therapy subsumes two different although closely interrelated issues. On the one hand Systems Therapy implies a systemic Eco-Anthropology based upon Systems Science, i.e., a Systems Theory of man in and with his environment. On the other hand Systems Therapy is a theory and a practice of the therapeutic transformation of human systems,(More)
  • G Guntern
  • 1975
This study is the first part of a longitudinal study. The object of this study 'Alpendorf' is the economic and socio-cultural change of Swiss mountain village. Following construction of a communication's road a village was transformed into a worldwide tourist spot; well-known and invaded by mass by mass modern tourism. The forerunners of those changes were(More)
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