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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Daria Gretskaya
Hierarchical Organization in Family with Man Suffering from Alcoholic Dependency
Systemic Family Therapy
(Master’s programme)
2018
In this paper the features of the hierarchical organization of families with a man suffering from alcohol addiction are investigated. The research stages: first, conducted a pilot study of the characteristics of the hierarchical organization of a married couple with a chemically dependent male partner; second, in accordance with the obtained data of the pilot study, they developed new methodological tools; third, they compared the features of the hierarchical organization in families with a man , suffering from alcohol dependence, and in families where alcohol dependence is not identified, fourthly, compared the types of hierarchical organization in the experimental and control group, as a result, identify and describe the different features in the hierarchy of families of men who have alcohol dependence.

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