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A Death in the Family - Rebecca Hosmer
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[EAN: 9783639143980], Neubuch, [PU: VDM Verlag Mai 2009], This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. Neuware - Many of us have experienced the death of a close family member--all of us know someone who has. What happens to the family communication afterward Dr. Rebecca Hosmer, a specialist in the field of family communication, presents her findings from a wide- ranging survey of people who have lost family members. In this book, sisters, brothers, mothers, fathers, and children share about losing a loved one. Some families do not discuss the person who died: It s changed totally since the death of my brother, we never mention stories about him, or stories that involve him. (a 21-year-old male, brother died 4 years ago). Other families react quite differently: My dad has become more outgoing in his relationships with his daughters. I Love You is part of his everyday language now. (53-year-old female, mother died 17 years ago). Hosmer examines the themes that emerged and reveals the variety of family communication patterns that develop, both within and outside the family, after losing a loved one. No two families are alike, and understanding the multiple ways that families communicatively cope after the death of a family member is critical. Many of us have experienced the death of a close family member--all of us know someone who has. What happens to the family communication afterward Dr. Rebecca Hosmer, a specialist in the field of family communication, presents her findings from a wide- ranging survey of people who have lost family members. In this book, sisters, brothers, mothers, fathers, and children share about losing a loved one. Some families do not discuss the person who died: It s changed totally since the death of my brother, we never mention stories about him, or stories that involve him. (a 21-year-old male, brother died 4 years ago). Other families react quite differently: My dad has become more outgoing in his relationships with his daughters. I Love You is part of his everyday language now. (53-year-old female, mother died 17 years ago). Hosmer examines the themes that emerged and reveals the variety of family communication patterns that develop, both within and outside the family, after losing a loved one. No two families are alike, and understanding the multiple ways that families communicatively cope after the death of a family member is critical. 128 pp. Englisch

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[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller], Many of us have experienced the death of a close family member--all of us know someone who has. What happens to the family communication afterward? Dr. Rebecca Hosmer, a specialist in the field of family communication, presents her findings from a wide- ranging survey of people who have lost family members. In this book, sisters, brothers, mothers, fathers, and children share about losing a loved one. Some families do not discuss the person who died: It s changed totally since the death of my brother, we never mention stories about him, or stories that involve him... (a 21-year-old male, brother died 4 years ago). Other families react quite differently: My dad has become more outgoing in his relationships with his daughters. I Love You is part of his everyday language now... (53-year-old female, mother died 17 years ago). Hosmer examines the themes that emerged and reveals the variety of family communication patterns that develop, both within and outside the family, after losing a loved one. No two families are alike, and understanding the multiple ways that families communicatively cope after the death of a family member is critical., DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 220 mm, 128, Selbstabholung und Barzahlung, PayPal, offene Rechnung, Banküberweisung, Interntationaler Versand

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[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller], Many of us have experienced the death of a close family member--all of us know someone who has. What happens to the family communication afterward? Dr. Rebecca Hosmer, a specialist in the field of family communication, presents her findings from a wide- ranging survey of people who have lost family members. In this book, sisters, brothers, mothers, fathers, and children share about losing a loved one. Some families do not discuss the person who died: It s changed totally since the death of my brother, we never mention stories about him, or stories that involve him... (a 21-year-old male, brother died 4 years ago). Other families react quite differently: My dad has become more outgoing in his relationships with his daughters. I Love You is part of his everyday language now... (53-year-old female, mother died 17 years ago). Hosmer examines the themes that emerged and reveals the variety of family communication patterns that develop, both within and outside the family, after losing a loved one. No two families are alike, and understanding the multiple ways that families communicatively cope after the death of a family member is critical., [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 220 mm

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Many of us have experienced the death of a closefamily member--all of us know someone who has. Whathappens to the family communication afterward? Dr.Rebecca Hosmer, a specialist in the field of familycommunication, presents her findings from a wide-ranging survey of people who have lost familymembers. In this book, sisters, brothers, mothers,fathers, and children share about losing a loved one.Some families do not discuss the person who died: It s changed totally since the death of my brother,we never mention stories about him, or stories thatinvolve him... (a 21-year-old male, brother died 4years ago). Other families react quite differently: My dad has become more outgoing in hisrelationships with his daughters. I Love You ispart of his everyday language now... (53-year-oldfemale, mother died 17 years ago). Hosmer examinesthe themes that emerged and reveals the variety offamily communication patterns that develop, bothwithin and outside the family, after losing a lovedone. No two families are alike, and understanding themultiple ways that families communicatively copeafter the death of a family member is critical. Bücher / Sozialwissenschaften, Recht & Wirtschaft / Medien & Kommunikation / Kommunikationswissenschaft, [PU: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller, Saarbrücken]

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Many of us have experienced the death of a close family member--all of us know someone who has. What happens to the family communication afterward? Dr. Rebecca Hosmer, a specialist in the field of family communication, presents her findings from a wide- ranging survey of people who have lost family members. In this book, sisters, brothers, mothers, fathers, and children share about losing a loved one. Some families do not discuss the person who died: It s changed totally since the death of my brother, we never mention stories about him, or stories that involve him... (a 21-year-old male, brother died 4 years ago). Other families react quite differently: My dad has become more outgoing in his relationships with his daughters. I Love You is part of his everyday language now... (53-year-old female, mother died 17 years ago). Hosmer examines the themes that emerged and reveals the variety of family communication patterns that develop, both within and outside the family, after losing a loved one. No two families are alike, and understanding the multiple ways that families communicatively cope after the death of a family member is critical. Patterns of Family Communication Regarding Lost Members Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, VDM

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