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The results of family therapy revisited: the nonbehavioral methods.
Studies from 1971 to 1976 reporting on the outcome of the nonbehavioral family therapies are analyzed and critically reviewed. Such research has increased in both quality and quantity since 1970 and,Expand
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Ideologies, idols (and graven images?): rejoinder to Gurman and Kniskern.
Three major issues raised in Gurman and Kniskern's commentary are discussed. These are (a) the suitability of established research design criteria for studying the outcome of family therapy; (b) theExpand
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Book Review: Clinton, Bill (2007). Giving: How Each of Us Can Change the World. New York: Alfred A. Knopf
Within the literature of philanthropy, much has been written about the gift and giving. From aristotle on virtue and exchange (1983) and Seneca on gratitude (1935) to Malinowski (1922), Mauss (1990),Expand
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Crime, Protest and Popular Politics in Southern England, 1740-1850
Crime, protest and radicalism the revolt of the south west, 1800-1 - a study in English popular protest the perfect wage system? tributing in the Cornish mines the Chartist mission to CornwallExpand
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Tempests, teapots (and research design): rejoinder to Stanton and Todd.
  • R. Wells
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Family process
  • 1 June 1980
Four major issues raised in Stanton and Todd's critique are discussed. These comprise: (a) the inclusion criteria of the review; (b) statistical procedures and research design; (c) the alleged biasExpand
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