Beyond the Systems Paradigm

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This monograph owes its origins to the decades-old proposal by David Bakan (1968) about the duality of human experience. He proposed that community and agency would be two necessary and sufficient constructs to classify and to encompass most hum…

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    Om Beyond the Systems Paradigm

    This monograph owes its origins to the decades-old proposal by David Bakan (1968) about the duality of human experience. He proposed that community and agency would be two necessary and sufficient constructs to classify and to encompass most human relationships. This dichotomy has been found to be valid by a variety of contributions over the last half a century (L'Abate, 2009; L'Abate, Cusinato, Maino,Colesso, & Scilletta, 2010). Additionally, the purpose of this bookis to argue and assert that two important fields of psychology, family and personality psychologies, if not already dead are conceptually, empirically, and practicallymoribund. They are being superseded respectively by perhaps more appropriate, perhaps more specific, and more likely verifiable concepts and constructs, such as intimacy and identity. The traditional family stillconceived as composed by two parents and two children of different gender is esponsible for only one fourth of all domiciles in USA. Singles, same-sex couples, and completely different family organization complete the remaining 100%. Difficulties in defining what is personality require a change in perspective and advance toward a comprehensive theory of human relationships that can and should fulfill requirements necessary to achieve an undoubtedly grandioseand ambitious universal status.

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    Format
    E-Bok
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    PDF
    Utgivelsesår
    2013
    Forlag
    Springer New York
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9781461474449

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