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Baby Boomer Generation Extended Family Members Intercultural Communication Introductory Sociology Needs And Desires Sociology Trivia
Test Answers on COM 1000 – Flashcard 118 terms
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Noel Macdonald
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Basic Human Need Extended Family Members Family Psychology
Marriage and Family Therapy 639 – Flashcards 176 terms
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August Dunbar
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Extended Family Members Parent Child Relationship Real Life Situations
Sandtray therapy – Flashcards 11 terms
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Chad Lipe
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Extended Family Members Family History Of Breast Cancer Nursing Nursing-LPN Subjective And Objective Data Systems Theory
Nur 460 week 5 – Flashcards 57 terms
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Dennis Jennings
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Concern For Others Decision Making Extended Family Members Introductory Sociology Long Term Commitment Mass Media Sociology Sociology of the Family
Sociology Ch 12 – Flashcards 98 terms
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Sam Arent
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Communications Extended Family Members Interpersonal Communication Sapir Whorf Hypothesis Short Term Memory
COM 1000 – Flashcard 173 terms
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Margaret Bruce
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Communications Extended Family Members Interpersonal Communication Linguistics Problem Solution Pattern Public Speaking Skills Transactional Model Of Communication
Midterm Exam Review: Speech 1315 – Flashcards 76 terms
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Carol Rushing
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Extended Family Members Family Psychology Socialization
Adolescence chapters 8-10 – Flashcards 80 terms
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William Hopper
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Extended Family Members Introductory Sociology Sociology Sociology of the Family Structural Functional Approach
Sociology Final- Chapter 13 25 terms
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Robert Lollar
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Extended Family Members Introductory Sociology Sociology Sociology of the Family Structural Functional Approach
Chapter 18 sociology Families 28 terms
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Brenda Gannon
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The term “suprasystem” refers to: a. husband, wife, and first child b. husband, wife, and all children c. husband, wife, children, and extended family members d. husband, wife, and in-laws
husband, wife, children, and extended family members
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12. The reactions of extended family members are important because they can often play a critical role in a. financial assistance. b. providing comfort and support. c. recommending professional help. d. determining the genetic cause of the disability.
b. providing comfort and support.
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