An emerging theory of human relatedness.

@article{Hagerty1993AnET,
  title={An emerging theory of human relatedness.},
  author={Bonnie Kawczak Hagerty and Judith Lynch-Sauer and Kathleen L. Patusky and M Bouwsema},
  journal={Image--the journal of nursing scholarship},
  year={1993},
  volume={25 4},
  pages={
          291-6
        }
}
Theory of human relatedness addresses a pervasive human concern, establishing and maintaining relatedness to others, objects, environments, society and self. This theory, derived from a series of inductive and deductive strategies, views relatedness as a functional, behavioral system rooted in early attachment behaviors. Individuals move through different states of relatedness including connectedness, disconnectedness, parallelism and enmeshment. Social processes that contribute to this… CONTINUE READING
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