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    4-MAT Review System: Integrative Approaches to Psychology and Christianity Keyanna Hawkins Liberty University A 4-MAT Review System: Integrative Approaches to Psychology and Christianity Summary…

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    When I was trying to choose in psychology what I wanted to do, I looked at different aspects of the field because there are many different fields one can do within the psychological realm. So I have always been fascinated with how they gather information from looking at the crime scene and from that small amount of information they can create a profile. With such detail to the age, gender, race and even if they are outgoing or if they are quite and withdrawn. If the crime was committed by more…

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    Family System Theory

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    A key factor of Family System Theory is that the dysfunction lies on the whole system as opposed to the individual. The initial dysfunction began when John lost his job. Finally, the death of Patty led to a greater disruption in the family system. To understand one individual, the entire family must be assessed. Ernest Burgess summed up the theory by stating that the family is a “living, growing, ‘super personality’ ” (145). This means that everyone’s personality joins together to create…

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    foundational studies and theories were established. These “schools of thought” were differentiated by support for either rational or natural systems as well as administrative practices. Central themes across the literature examined the primary differences between rational and natural systems and the selected schools of thought. Theories such as “Taylor’s Scientific Management”, “Fayol’s Administrative Theory”, “Weber’s Theory of Bureaucracy”, and “Simon’s Theory of Administration Behavior”…

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    They explain how the activity system define a group of people who share a common goal or motive. I completely agree on how an activity system allow certain communities are structurally connected. This is a great way to help you understand community relationships. Activity system is a good system because it “sees all aspects of activity as shaped over time by people’s social interactions with each other and the tools they use” (1). Everyone is in an activity system even if you don’t realize it.…

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    early 50 's theory of natural systems, based on observation of the processes that take place in humans from a natural point of view. This theory could be considered one of the most appropriate when we work with families. Bowen, offers a broad and profound vision of the human being, as is incorporated in the understanding of the functioning, emotional and intellectual aspects of the human-natural system. Bowen pays close attention to the observation and description of relational phenomena,…

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    Throughout the Walsh text, several theories of social work practice are identified and explained. I will compare and contrast Family Emotional Systems Theory and Structural Family Theory. This paper will discuss the main concepts of each theory. How the theories would be utilized within different individuals and issues that may be presented as a social worker. The usefulness of each of the two theories in regards to social work practice, concentrating on a micro practice perspective.…

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    Theoretical Lens

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    resulted in my theoretical orientation. The theoretical orientation I selected is The Bowen Family Systems Theory. The premise of this theory is it is the nature of the family that its members are emotionally intensely connected guided by systems thinking in exploring the family connections (cite). The family is considered a family unit within the Bowen Family Systems Theory. The Bowen Theory focuses on the balancing of two forces. Togetherness and individuality. Two forces can work…

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    Fundamentals of a Roof Warranty Learn the basics of roof warranties and what homeowners should know before they buy. Roofing contractors and roofing material manufacturers both offer a variety of warranties designed to protect their customers from incurring excessive costs in the event of roof damage. However, it is essential for homeowners to understand a few basics about warranties, including what they are and are not, why reading the fine print is important, and how a warranty can benefit…

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    Family System Theory

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    According with Dr. Murry Bowen, family it’s a system where each individual is connected all together. Whatever affect to one member of the family, will affect to other too. Family system theory focuses on family by understanding each individual as an important part of the family. When each member of the family is willing to cooperated together, the family will have positive effect. Some of the disadvantage of this theory is that, in order to have effective results must need every member’s…

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