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American society and family setup has been changing over the past fifty years. The number of single parent families has increased dramatically with almost 50% of children at present being born in a single parent household. Traditional research has shown that single parent families are linked to social problems in offsprings, and they represent a risk factor. They also assert that two parent families are vital for normal development of children, lead to behavioral problems and create social and cognitive deficiencies in children. They also show poor academic performance and significantly lower competence.
It is known in the social work circles and accepted that adolescents at the risk of drug abuse tend to be driven to drug abuse because of an assortment of risk factors, most of which are linked to family composition and dynamics such as family drug use, family interaction patterns, and limitations. Springer and Orsbon (2002) discuss the multifamily group therapy MFGT which is used with individual and family therapy.
This is an article review on professional vision. The article “Professional Vision” tries to find about the discursive procedures used by people belonging to a certain profession to shape events to their desired ends in a professional manner.
This is an article review on Managed Care, Ethics and Counseling. In the article, Managed Care, Ethics, and Counseling, the ethics that that a counselor must face in a managed organization care is very considerable.
This is an article review on “The Interaction Order of Public Bathrooms” by Spencer E. Cahill. The behavior that everyone has in public bathrooms is like actors going backstage during a performance to prepare themselves for their audiences. And, as they are “backstage,” there is a social order that is expected of everyone and unspoken for them.