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Family Nursing : Research Theory and Practice

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Edition:
4th
ISBN13:

9780838525258

ISBN10:
0838525253
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/1998
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall

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Summary

For nursing courses. The fourth edition of this popular text addresses the full practice of family nursing, identifying the family as a whole, and teaches a holistic, philosophical approach. The reader is guided through generalized concepts and theoretical foundations, reality based applications, case studies, thorough and updated discussions, assessment, and nursing diagnoses. Well-organized and complete, this edition includes foundations in family theory and family nursing essential in preparing a comprehensive family nursing assessment and planning appropriate interventions.

Table of Contents

Contributors ix(2)
Preface xi(4)
Acknowledgments xv
PART I. INTRODUCTORY CONCEPTS AND PROCESSES 1(72)
1. Introduction to the Family
3(28)
Two Basic Purposes of the Family
4(1)
Why Work With the Family?
4(1)
The Family-Society Interface
5(1)
Interaction of Health/Illness and the Family
6(3)
Family Definitions
9(1)
Family Health
9(1)
Characteristics of Healthy Families
10(1)
Societal Changes Affecting Families
11(4)
Varied Family Forms
15(10)
Looking at the Future of the American Family
25(1)
Family Nursing Implications
26(5)
2. Family Nursing: Focus, Evolution, and Goals
31(18)
Family Nursing: Defining the Specialty
32(3)
The Incorporation of Family into ANA's Standards of Care
35(1)
Family Nursing's Historical Legacy
36(1)
Levels of Prevention
37(1)
Primary Prevention: Family Health Promotion and Maintenance
38(5)
Secondary Prevention
43(2)
Tertiary Prevention
45(4)
3. The Family Nursing Process
49(24)
The Family Nursing Process
50(1)
Family Assessment
51(2)
Family Nursing Diagnoses
53(5)
Planning
58(2)
Family Nursing Intervention
60(5)
Evaluation
65(1)
Modification
66(1)
Termination
66(7)
PART II. THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS 73(98)
4. Theoretical Approaches to Family Nursing
75(24)
What Is Theory?
75(1)
Why Theory?
76(1)
Conceptual Sources for Family Nursing Theories
77(1)
Nursing Models and Theories
78(5)
Family Social Science Theories
83(6)
Family Therapy Theories
89(5)
Family Nursing Theories: Integrated Models
94(1)
Summary and Conclusions
94(5)
5. Structural-Functional Theory
99(12)
The Structural-Functional Approach
100(1)
Concept of Structure
101(1)
Concept of Function
102(2)
Changes in Family Functions
104(7)
6. Family Developmental Theory
111(42)
The Family Career or Family Life Cycle
113(2)
Two-Parent Nuclear Family Career or Life Cycle Stages
115(23)
Family Life Cycle or Career Stages in Divorced Families
138(2)
Life Cycle or Career Stages in Stepparent Families
140(1)
Family Life Cycle Stages or Family Career in Domestic Partner Relationships
141(1)
Impact of Illness and Disability on Family Developmental Stages
142(1)
Assessment Areas: Developmental Stage and History of the Family
143(2)
Family Nursing Interventions
145(8)
7. Systems Theory
153(18)
General Systems Theory: Paradigm and Associated Theories
154(2)
Definitions of Systems Concepts and Propositions
156(3)
Family Systems Definitions
159(6)
A Systems Theory Perspective on Healthy Families
165(1)
The Relationship Between the Structural-Functional and Systems Theories
165(6)
PART III. FAMILY NURSING PRACTICE: RESEARCH, THEORY, AND PROCESS 171(308)
8. Family Identifying Data: Sociocultural Assessment and Intervention
173(40)
Identifying Data: Getting to Know the Family
174(2)
The Family's Cultural Orientation
176(8)
The Process for Assessing Culture
184(3)
The Family's Social Class
187(7)
Assessment Questions and Areas: Socioeconomic Status and Social Mobility
194(1)
Family Social Networks and Social Support: Theory and Assessment
195(4)
Family Recreational Activities: Theory and Assessment
199(1)
Family Nursing Interventions
200(13)
9. Family Environmental Data
213(18)
The Family's Environment
214(1)
Housing: The Family's Home
214(6)
Physical Setting: The Neighborhood and Community
220(1)
Attributes of Healthy Families: Their Associations in the Community
221(1)
Nursing Diagnoses: Family Environmental Health Area
222(1)
Family Nursing Interventions
222(9)
10. Family Communication Patterns and Processes
231(34)
Defining Communication
232(1)
Elements of Communication
232(1)
Communication Principles
233(2)
Channels of Communication
235(1)
Functional Communication Processes
236(3)
Dysfunctional Communication Processes
239(4)
Functional Communication Patterns in the Family
243(3)
Dysfunctional Communication Patterns in the Family
246(2)
Factors Influencing Family Communication Patterns
248(3)
Communication in Families with Health Problems
251(1)
Assessment Questions
251(1)
Family Nursing Diagnoses
252(1)
Family Nursing Interventions
253(12)
11. Family Power Structure
265(28)
Family Power: Definitions and Concepts
266(1)
Family Power and Resources
267(1)
Measuring Family Power
268(1)
General Assessment Areas
269(8)
Overall Family Power
277(1)
Contemporary Trends in Family Power
278(1)
Healthy and Unhealthy Family Power Attributes
279(2)
Assessment Questions
281(2)
Family Nursing Diagnoses and Intervention Guidelines
283(10)
12. Family Role Structure
293(34)
Role Theory and Definitions
294(3)
Healthy Family Role Functioning
297(1)
Formal Family Roles
297(6)
Informal Family Roles
303(2)
Variables Affecting Role Structure
305(4)
Family Roles During Health and Illness
309(3)
Assessment Questions
312(2)
Family Nursing Diagnoses
314(1)
Family Nursing Interventions
315(12)
13. Family Values
327(24)
Basic Definitions
328(1)
Disparity in Values Systems
329(1)
Value Changes in American Society
330(1)
Major Value Orientations
330(6)
Family Values
336(1)
Major Variables Affecting Family Values
337(1)
Value Conflicts
338(1)
Assessment Questions
339(2)
Family Nursing Diagnoses
341(1)
Family Nursing Interventions
341(10)
14. The Family Affective Function
351(20)
Importance of the Affective Function
352(1)
Components of the Affective Function
352(5)
The Affective Function in Energized Families
357(1)
The Family Under Stress: The Affective Function
358(1)
Assessment Questions
359(2)
Family Nursing Diagnoses
361(1)
Family Nursing Interventions
361(10)
15. The Family Socialization Function
371(32)
Socialization: A Family Affair
372(2)
Societal Attitudes Toward Children
374(1)
Socialization in a Changing World
375(5)
Theories Related to Socialization
380(2)
Child-rearing Research
382(1)
Influence of Culture on Child Rearing
383(2)
Influence of Social Class on Child Rearing
385(1)
Other Variables Influencing Child Rearing
386(1)
Socialization in Single-parent and Stepparent Families
387(1)
Socialization in High-Risk Families
388(1)
Assessment Questions
388(2)
Family Nursing Diagnoses
390(1)
Family Nursing Interventions
391(12)
16. The Family Health Care Function
403(32)
Family Behavior Related to Health and Illness
404(5)
How Well Families Perform the Health Care Function
409(2)
Health Care Practices
411(12)
Family Health History
423(1)
Assessment Questions
424(3)
Family Nursing Diagnoses and Planning
427(1)
Family Nursing Interventions: Guidelines for Lifestyle Modification
427(8)
17. Family Stress and Coping Processes: Family Adaptation
435(44)
The General State of Family Health Today: How Well Families Are Coping
436(1)
Basic Concepts and Definitions Related to Stress and Coping
437(2)
Time Phases of Stress and Coping Strategies
439(1)
Family Stress Theory
439(7)
Impact of Stressors
446(1)
Family Coping Processes
447(9)
Dysfunctional Family Adaptive Strategies and Processes
456(9)
Summary
465(1)
Assessment Questions
465(2)
Family Nursing Diagnoses
467(1)
General Family Nursing Interventions
467(12)
PART IV. GENERAL FAMILY NURSING INTERVENTIONS 479(24)
18. Family Nursing Interventions
481(22)
Defining Family Nursing Interventions
483(1)
Family as Active Participant and Partner
484(1)
Teaching
484(4)
Counseling
488(2)
Contracting
490(1)
Case Management
491(4)
Collaboration
495(2)
Consultation
497(1)
Family Empowering Interventions
498(5)
PART V. CULTURAL DIVERSITY AMONG FAMILIES 503(64)
19. The Hispanic-American Family
505(22)
Demographic Patterns of Hispanic-Americans
506(1)
The Hispanic-American Interface with American Society
507(3)
The Normative Family Form
510(1)
Environmental Issues
511(1)
Family Structural Characteristics
511(4)
Family Functional Characteristics
515(5)
Family Nursing Practice Implications
520(7)
20. The African-American Family
527(20)
Historical Development of the African-American Family
527(1)
Demographic Patterns of African-Americans
528(1)
The African-American Family: A Legacy of Vulnerability and Resilience
529(1)
Status of African-American Families: Criticism of the Literature
529(2)
African-American Family Forms and Kinship System
531(1)
Family Values and Coping Strategies
532(2)
Family Socialization Patterns
534(1)
The Family Health Care Function
535(1)
Social Class Differences
536(4)
Family Nursing Practice Implications
540(7)
21. The Asian-American Family
547(20)
Demographic Patterns of Asian-Americans
547(5)
Cultural Characteristics of Asian-American Families: Commonalities and Diversity
552(1)
Family Structural Characteristics
553(5)
Family Functional Characteristics
558(2)
Family Coping Strategies and Processes
560(1)
Influence of Acculturation on Family Structure and Functions
561(1)
Family Nursing Practice Implications
561(6)
APPENDICES 567(44)
A. The Friedman Family Assessment Model (Long Form) 567(12)
B. The Friedman Family Assessment Model (Short Form) 579(4)
C. Case Study of the O'Shea Family 583(10)
D. Family Nursing Process Example: The O'Shea Family 593(18)
References 611(46)
Index 657


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