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Family Conflict will be essential reading for students of family communication, family researchers, professionals who work with families in various stages of life, and anyone who desires a deeper understanding of their own family conflict processes.
Daniel Canary is professor of human communication at Arizona State University. He has co-authored or edited 10 books and over 50 articles, book chapters and essays. Dan is a past president of the International Network for Personal Relationships.
Table of Contents
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Chapter One: Introduction to Family Conflict
Chapter Two: Marital Conflict
Chapter Three: Interparental Conflict, Post-Divorce, and Stepfamilies
Chapter Four: Conflict between Parents and Children
Chapter Five: Siblings in Conflict
Chapter Six: Conflict in the Face of Family Challenges: Work-Family Interface, Health & Disability, and Family Resilience