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Technology can both reflect and contribute to new theoretical formulations and new methods. This phenomenon is examined in relation to one‐way screens. While the screen itself has undergone only modest physical transformation, there have been several important changes in ways of thinking about...
Little has been written about the impact on children and families of the intermittent absence, through work, of one or other parent. This article explores some aspects of the interaction between the family and the workplace, using the experiences of the family of an offshore oil rig worker to...
A fairy tale character and a nursery rhyme are used to dramatize the marital systems of women with agoraphobia. This systems perspective emphasizes that the disorder is more than an individual or intrapsychic one, that it is an interpersonal or marital adjustment and that the phobic symptoms of...
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