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Children and Divorce: The Advantages of Group Therapy
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A 14 page discussion of the benefits of group therapy in dealing with children of divorced families. Emphasizes the need for well-trained and experienced group therapists in dealing with these sometimes complex situations. In addition to the qualifications of the therapist, however, a number of outside factors such as family cooperation and structure can have a tremendous impact on the effectiveness of group therapy in divorce. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: PPdivor4.wps

Civilization and Freedom
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This 5 page paper looks at two views of civilization. Freud's "Civilization and Its Discontents" is discussed along with Haggard's "She." An overview of each book is provided and civilization as opposed to freedom is discussed. The paper also considers gender. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: SA123civ.rtf

Close Relationships & Low Self Esteem
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A 10 page paper discussing close relationships and how many different situations, or conflicts, affect the individual's self esteem. There are many reasons to feel insecure in a close relationship. Sometimes there is a real reason why people should be insecure, such as cases where past infidelity or lying has been a reality. but often it is perhaps our own imagined insecurities that cause us problems. A research question is offered for examination followed by possibilities for the variables involved. This is followed by a literature review which examines cases where research has been conducted on self esteem and relationships. The paper ends with and evaluation of all the information provided. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Lowself.wps

Cohabitation & Marriage
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The effects of cohabitation on an impending marriage are discussed in this 5 page paper. Also examined, more briefly, is the current trend for couples to marry but live apart. The paper concludes that it is more beneficial for relationships if the couple lives together than if they live apart, whether or not they are married. Religious aspects are explored as well but the paper takes a sociological point of view. The effects of cohabitation on children are also discussed. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Cohabit.wps

Cohabitation / Problems
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A 5 page paper discussing the problems that can arise from living together without marriage. Living together has caused far more controversy than just the value of maintaining laws that are no longer enforced. The focus here is its effects on traditional marriage and social issues. Though the most common opinion is that there is nothing 'wrong' with living together either instead of, or before marriage, there is increasing evidence that there is indeed something 'wrong' with it, to the extent that it is listed as a risk factor against the success of subsequent marriage between the same partners. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Cohab.wps

Communication and Symbolic Interaction Theory
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This 7 page report discusses the various aspects of “Symbolic Interaction” in terms of the relationships that exists between groups of people and within those groups. No sources listed.
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Conduct Disorder: The Cognitive/Behavioral Approach of Alan E. Kazdin A 10 page discussion of the psychosocial condition labeled "conduct disorder". Defines the condition using DSMIV criteria and the work of researcher Alan E. Kazdin. Distinguishes
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Conduct Disorder: The Cognitive/Behavioral A 10 page discussion of the psychosocial condition labeled "conduct disorder". Defines the condition using DSM IV criteria and the work of researcher Alan E. Kazdin. Distinguishes between conduct disorder and commonly confused conditions such as schizophrenia, borderline personality disorder, and antisocial personality disorder. Points out both the strengths and weaknesses of Kazdin's work, emphasizing the applicability of Kazdin's suggested interventional method of involving parent and community in the prevention of conduct disorder. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Contemplation Of Legal Action For Fetal Exposure To Cocaine
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This 12 presents a comparison study that found the African American mother of low socio-economic status o be the most likely candidate for using cocaine during pregnancy. Knowing this, programs and strategies may be implemented targeting that specific population for assistance with pre-natal care and drug dependency treatment as an alternative to prosecution and incarceration. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
Filename: KTbabexp.wps

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