TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «PSEUDOMUTUALITY»
The term «pseudomutuality» is barely ever used and occupies the 195.927
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PSEUDOMUTUALITY»
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Family Therapy: An Overview
Wynne termed these patterns pseudomutuality and pseudohostility. He labeled
as a rubber fence the shifting boundaries surrounding these families, allowing
some outside information to be introduced but others to be deemed unacceptable
Herbert Goldenberg, Irene Goldenberg, 2012
Family Transitions: Continuity and Change Over the Life Cycle
Here I shall comment mainly on the distortion of mutuality and intimacy that, in
1958, my colleagues and I called pseudomutuality (Wynne et ai, 1958). In
pseudomutual relationships, there is a striving (willful or romantic) to create or to
Family: Critical Concepts in Sociology
Researchers so far have proposed two solutions to this paradox; "the theory of
lagged adaptation" and something that might be called "pseudomutuality".
Jonathan Gershuny and his co-workers (Jonathan Gershuny, Michael Godwin
and Sally ...
THE SECOND STAGE: OPPOSITIOHALISM VS. PSEUDOMUTUALITY The
Terrible Twos: Impasse and Differentiation Now gently, now with startling brutality
the real persons and the reality of marriage pound at the portals of thought, and
Barbara Jo Brothers, 1990
Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing
Pseudomutuality and psuedohositlity are seen as collective defenses against
reality of the underlying meaning of the relationships in a dysfunctional family
system. Pseudomutuality is a characterised by a facade of mutual regard.
B. T. Basavanthappa, 2007
Family Time: The Social Organization of Care
Reseatchets so fat have ptoposed two solutions to this patadox; "the theoty of
lagged adaptation" and something that might he called "pseudomutuality."
Jonathan Getshuny and his co-wotkets (Getshuny et aL 1994) assett that men
need mote ...
Nancy Folbre, Michael Bittman, 2004
Dictionary of Psychotherapy
ZUK, G. H. (1971), 'Family therapy' (in Haley, J., Changing Families, Grune 8c
Stratton, New York). See also Circular causality, Homeostasis, Scapegoat.
Pseudomutuality Term introduced by Wynne (1961) to describe a shared family
Sue Walrond-Skinner, 2014
Time Management: The Art of Stress-free Productivity
The alternative but phony solution to reconciling egalitarian values with unequal
practice is "pseudomutuality." Pseudomutuality is a miscarried solution to the
problem of a disjunction between belief in equality and actual inequality.
Interpersonal Processes in Psychological Problems
In a family affected by schizophrenia, true differences are masked by
pseudomutuality, in which there is a preoccupation with harmony and cohesion
at the expense of developing members' individual identities, and in the face of
The Evolution and Application of Clinical Theory: ...
Beginning in the mid-1950s, he worked with parents of hospitalized patients in
biweekly psychotherapy and developed concepts of pseudomutuality,
pseudohostility, and the rubber fence. He defined pseudomu- tual families as
those so ...
Judith Marks Mishne, 1993