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by Melvyn L. Fein

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Author:
Melvyn L. Fein
ISBN13:
978-0275933586
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027593358X
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Praeger (February 20, 1990)
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Psychology & Counseling
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Role Change: A Resocialization Perspective" is a comprehensive introduction to role change theory and the first volume to systematically apply . MELVYN L. FEIN is a certified clinical sociologist in private practice.

Role Change: A Resocialization Perspective" is a comprehensive introduction to role change theory and the first volume to systematically apply resocialization concepts to problem solving. Based on the premise that most personal problems are actually role problems best corrected by role change, this volume thoroughly explores the nature of role dysfunction. As a human services counselor he pursued advanced studies in sociology because he believed a social perspective was vital to understanding personal problems.

Role Change: A Resocialization Perspective is a comprehensive introduction to role change theory and the first volume to systematically apply resocialization concepts to problem solving.

This book reinterprets psychotherapy from a social role perspective .

This book reinterprets psychotherapy from a social role perspective, permitting a "grand synthesis" that explains many of the apparent contradictions in contemporary therapy, and challenging the usual definitions of therapy in terms of personality, behavior, and mental illness. FEIN, a pioneer in the area of resocialization, teaches applied sociology at Kennesaw State College, Marietta, Georgia. Библиографические данные.

Is resocialization a true goal of our society? The remainder of the book is more directly concerned with specific forms of. .Socialization, resocialization, and communication relationships in the context of an organizational change.

Is resocialization a true goal of our society? The remainder of the book is more directly concerned with specific forms of resocialization. A chapter on counseling and psychotherapy, which are forms of resocialization. Hart, Zachary P, Miller, Vernon D, Johnson, John R. This investigation explores the influence of perceptions of socialization tactics' use and communication relationships on employees at the initiation of and 4 months into an organizational restructuring.

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Part of the Clinical Sociology book series (CSRP). It is doubtful that ordinary Aztecs loved the idea of human sacrifice. Fein, M. and Weisaeth, L. (Ed. (1996)Traumatic Stress: The Effects of Overwhelming Experience on Mind Body and Society.

This book reinterprets psychotherapy from a social role perspective, permitting a "grand synthesis" that explains many .

These are respectively best dealt with by medical, social control, problemsolving, and resocialization solutions. Clinical sociology can contribute to each of these owing to its expertise in social support, socialization, resocialization, emotional competence, and moral competence. As we approach the new millennium, it is remarkable mat the potential which sociology possesses for aiding individual clients who are troubled by personal problems has yet to be fully realized (Straus 1985).

Role Change: A Resocialization Perspective is a comprehensive introduction to role change theory and the first volume to systematically apply resocialization concepts to problem solving. Based on the premise that most personal problems are actually role problems best corrected by role change, this volume thoroughly explores the nature of role dysfunction. Focus is placed on how social coercion generates unsatisfying roles; how role conservation mechanism prevent easy change; and how role loss mechanisms-- similar to those found in mourning--must be set in motion for change to occur. Sociologists, social workers, and psychologists will find this application of sociological insights to clinical practice to be of particular interest.

What is the resocialization perspective? Melvyn Fein explains that many dysfunctional roles cannot be corrected unless they are first relinquished and then replaced with more satisfying behavior patterns. This process entails changing a person's role scripts, including their cognitive, emotional, volitional, and social dimensions. The theory views people not as isolated creatures, but as part of a rich tapestry of human interactions. It sees them as morally responsible creatures who cannot change their basic patterns of living, except through interaction with others. Role Change is essential reading for all those concerned with why people become unhappy, why they often seem trapped in their personal misery, and how professionals can help them negotiate more satisfying lives.