The Family's Construction of Reality

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Harvard University Press, Jan 1, 1981 - Families - 426 pages
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Reiss presents o new model of family interaction grounded in the subtle and complex way in which a family constructs its inner life and deals with the outside world. Based upon fifteen years of research, the book offers a new understanding of the covert processes that hold a family together and, with distressing frequency, pull it apart.

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Costell R and Almond R Personal Needs Values and Techni
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The Family Construction
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David Reiss is Vivian Gill Distinguished Research Professor at the George Washington University Medical Center.

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