Family therapy and a “good” society: Fit or misfit?
- Mary Lou Politi Ziter PhD
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Contextual therapy is compared with a “good” society based on socialist principles of equality, planning and sociality. The two models are analyzed across dimensions of justice, connectedness, change, and basic human resource for similarities and differences.
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Contemporary Family Therapy
Volume 12, Issue 6 , pp 515-527
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- Mary Lou Politi Ziter PhD (1) (2)
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- 1. Department of Social Work, Moorhead State University, 56563, Moorhead, Minnesota
- 2. Department of Child Development and Family Science, North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota