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Описание медных монет мира. Третий том включает в себя монеты Азии, Африки и обеих Америк. В этом томе - около forty фототаблиц с монетами.
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1985) Integrated family therapy: A problem-centred psychodynamic approach, London: Tavistock. C. D. (1991) Cornerstone care for families of children with life-threatening illness, Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 33:216–224. Wright, L. and Leahey, M. Davis. Baggaley DEFINING FAMILY In a book with a focus on working with families, it is essential to start with an examination of assumptions and questions around our ideas about families, and to explore some of the relevant theories. Life cycle developmental theory is particularly appropriate as a foundation for family nursing practice.
Carter and McGoldrick (1989), using the evidence of family stresses occurring around life cycle transition points which have a continuing impact on family development, have illustrated the roots of stress in a family with their horizontal and vertical stressors. Their model identifies horizontal stressors moving through time and including: • • the developmental stressors concerned with life cycle transitions; unpredictable stressors, for instance chronic illness, untimely death, war, accidents.
Many reports have been grossly exaggerated and other demographic features of a changing population structure have not been considered. Utting (1995) refers to a Sunday Times article of 7 March 1993 reporting on the latest census figures with the declaration that ‘the abnormal family has now become the norm’. He identifies that the cause of confusion here is that although there has been a decline in the proportion of two-parent households they have always been in the minority over the last thirty or more years as shown in earlier censuses.