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Divorce in Psychosocial Perspective

Theory and Research

by Joseph Guttmann

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Published by Lawrence Erlbaum .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Family & relationships,
  • Social, group or collective psychology,
  • Divorce,
  • Family Psychology,
  • Family / Parenting / Childbirth,
  • Psychology,
  • Divorce & Separation,
  • Social Psychology,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Social Psychology,
  • Psychological aspects

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7936264M
    ISBN 100805803475
    ISBN 109780805803471

    The psychosocial effects of personal divorce on young adults. Belittling: psychosocial and legal considerations. Assessing and treating divorcing men. Some clinical perceptions of middle-aged divorcing women. Sexual behavior of women after divorce. The impact of parental divorce on children and adolescents. A Psychological Perspective of Divorce among Muslim Community in Sri Lanka. depression and low self-confidence are the foremost psychosocial and economic (Statistical Hand Book, A.

    The entire premise of The Unhappy Divorce of Sociology and Psychoanalysis: Diverse Perspectives on the Psychosocial is underpinned by an unfulfilled desire of sorts; a desire for a paradigm shifting impact of psychoanalysis in sociology generally, although more immediately the authors throw the gauntlet in the face of American sociology, in. Long-term impact of personal divorce on intimate relationship quality in adulthood and the mediating role of psychosocial resources. Journal of Family Psychology, 25(4), .

    Divorce affects the well-being of women and men in different ways. For example, men have higher incomes after divorce, which would predict lower levels of distress. Women's lives are also changed in other ways that may affect their psychological well-being in a more negative way; they have the main custody of children, if any, and are more. The unhappy divorce of sociology and psychoanalysis: diverse perspectives on the psychosocial. Responsibility edited by Lynn Chancer and John Andrews. Nielsen Book Data) The Unhappy Divorce of Sociology and Psychoanalysis shows that this was not always the case, and that the field of contemporary sociology can benefit from inclusion of.


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Divorce in Psychosocial Perspective: Theory and Research. By Joseph Guttmann. and (c) to introduce a new psychosocial theory of the divorce process. This book is intended primarily for people whose interest in the subject of divorce is academic and/or clinical. In academia, it may serve students of family dynamics, divorce, and family.

Divorce in Psychosocial Perspective: Theory and Research is certain to be a major text in family studies. —Constance R. Ahrons Associate Director, Marriage and Family Therapy Program, Professor of Sociology, Joseph Guttmann's book is well Cited by: Divorce in Psychosocial Perspective: Theory and Research is certain to be a major text in family studies." —Constance R.

Ahrons Associate Director, Marriage and Family Therapy Program, Professor of Sociology, "Joseph Guttmann's book is well Manufacturer: Psychology Press.

Guttmann has provided a superb reference book for students, clinicians, and family theorists. His writing is scholarly yet jargon free, suitable for all disciplines interested in the phenomenon of divorce. Divorce in Psychosocial Perspective: Theory and Research is certain to be a major text in family studies." —Constance R.

Ahrons. Read "Divorce in Psychosocial Perspective Theory and Research" by Joseph Guttmann available from Rakuten Kobo. Many books deal with divorce and its aftermath -- some deal with the impact of divorce on children and families, others Brand: Taylor And Francis.

More than 1 million children a year experience parental divorce or separation. Having become increasingly aware of children's reactions to divorce, social scientists have made many attempts since the s to study the impact of divorce on children (for recent reviews see Chase-Lansdale & Hetherington, ; Emery, ; Hetherington, ).Author: Joseph Guttmann.

Divorce in its social context --Theoretical models of the divorce process --The psychosocial model of the divorce process --Divorced mothers --Divorced fathers --Children of divorced parents: theoretical and research considerations --Parental divorce and the reaction of children.

Guttmann has provided a superb reference book for students, clinicians, and family theorists. His writing is scholarly yet jargon free, suitable for all disciplines interested in the phenomenon of divorce.

Divorce in Psychosocial Perspective: Theory and Research is certain to be a major text in family studies."-Constance R. AhronsAuthor: Joseph Guttmann. Filling that void, this book: * offers a comprehensive view of divorce as a social, interpersonal and psychological phenomenon, * reviews the theory and research on divorce focusing on the major protagonists of the divorce drama: the mother, the father and the children, and * introduces a social-psychological theory of divorce process.

Divorce in Psychosocial Perspective: Theory and Research eBook: Guttmann, Joseph: : Kindle StoreAuthor: Joseph Guttmann. From a psychodynamic perspective, it is argued that these are integral, and psychologically necessary, aspects of the divorce process.

This book is particularly topical in the light of the recent decision of the British Government to postpone the implementation of the Family Law Act and the acknowledged need for research to inform policy.

Beatrice, Divorce: Problems, Goals, and Growth Facilitation, 60 Soc. CASEWORK.(). () 1 Kaslow: Stages of Divorce: A Psychological Perspective Published by Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law Digital Repository, Cited by: 7. Get this from a library.

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Psychosocial and Academic Implications of Divorce on Adolescents: A Social Work Perspective by Brianne E. Wolf, B.A. MSW Clinical Research Paper Presented to the Faculty of the School of Social Work St. Catherine University and the University of St.

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Many books deal with divorce and its aftermath -- some deal with the impact of divorce on children and families, others Brand: Taylor And Francis. This article summarizes many of the common psychological and emotional effects divorce has on men, women and children.

The divorce rate in the United States is the highest in the world. Over fifty percent of marriages end in divorce. Welcome to the majority. It may be helpful to understand a little about divorce and the typical effects it has.

From a psychodynamic perspective, it is argued that these are integral, and psychologically necessary, aspects of the divorce process. This book is particularly topical in the light of the recent decision of the British Government to postpone the implementation of the Family Law Act and the acknowledged need for research to inform policy.

Divorce is as much an emotional process as it is a legal process, and It takes courage to start the process of splitting. One or both partners may experience waves of self-doubt.

Donald T. Saposnek, Ph.D., is a Clinical-Child Psychologist, who divides his professional time between child custody mediation, training and consulting, child and family therapy, and teaching in the Psychology Department of the University of California, Santa Cruz.

He was the Editor of the Academy of Family Mediators’ Mediation News since and is. The biopsychosocial perspective attributes complex phenomena or events to multiple causes.

Figure shows the interrelationship of the fields of study that constitute the biopsychosocial perspective. In contrast to the biopsychosocial perspective is the reductionistic perspective, which reduces complex phenomenon or events to a single cause. One approach that is the divorce-stress-adjustment perspective (Amato ), which regards divorce as a procedure that begins with feelings of estrangement from one’s partner, continues as one or both spouses make a decision to separate, and then is followed by adjustment after divorce.

This perspective shares similar ideas to the wider.Present day, divorce is expected and is common in almost one-half the marriages. However, there are sociological views that attempt to explain divorce in its present perspective.The child's world is a dependent one, closely connected to parents who are favored companions, heavily reliant on parental care, with the family as the major locus of one's social