Family Communication: Cohesion and Change

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Longman, 2000 - Communication in families - 465 pages
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The first text to examine the functional family from a communication perspective, Family Communication examines the communication processes within the family and how they affect and are affected by larger social systems. It views the family as a system in which members are interdependent and creators of family members' meanings, while also providing a framework for analyzing family interaction patterns.

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