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Author Sawin, Kathleen J.

Title Measures of family functioning for research and practice / Kathleen J. Sawin, Marcia P. Harrigan ; Pierre Woog, editor.

Published New York : Springer Pub. Co., c1995.

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 UniM Bail  306.85072 SAWI    AVAILABLE
Physical description xiii, 130 p. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 115-130).
Contents Preface / Pierre Woog -- Introduction / Kathleen J. Sawin and Marcia P. Harrigan -- Ch. 1. Well-Established Self-Report Instruments. The McMaster Family Assessment Device (FAD). Family Adaptability and Cohesion Scale (FACES II, III, IV). Family Environment Scale (FES). Family APGAR. Feetham Family Functioning Survey (FFFS) -- Ch. 2. Moderately Established Self-Report Instruments. The Family Assessment Measure (FAM III). The Family Dynamics Measure (FDM). Family Hardiness Index (FHI). Family Functioning Scale (FFS) -- Ch. 3. Self-Report Instruments Early in Their Development. Assessment of Strategies in Families-Effectiveness (ASF-E). Comprehensive Evaluation of Family Functioning (CEFF). UW Family Assessment Caregiver Scale (UW-FACS). Family Functioning Style Scale (FFSS). Self-Report Family Inventory (SFI) -- Ch. 4. Other Family Functioning Measures. Genogram. McMaster Structured Interview of Family Functioning (McSIFF).
Beavers Interactional Scales (Family Competence and Style). Assessment Guides -- Ch. 5. Issues in the Use of Family Functioning Measures. Family Functioning Measurement and Analysis Issues. Qualitative Methods in Family Research.
Summary Written by a nurse-social worker team, this book examines nearly 20 instruments for measuring family functioning. The measures are grouped by level - well-established, moderately established, and those early in development. The discussion for each includes a history of the instrument, an overview of the model and its conceptual framework; a description of the instrument; information on scoring, reliability, and validity; sample items; a description of its sensitivity to cross-cultural issues, gender, and variant family structures; a summary of studies using the instrument; and information on where to get the instrument. In recognition of the interdisciplinary nature of the study of the family, the measures described are derived from the disciplines of nursing psychiatry, psychology, social work, and sociology.
Other author Harrigan, Marcia P.
Woog, Pierre,
Subject Families -- Research.
Family assessment.
Psychometrics.
ISBN 0826189008