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REDIF Journal N°9

This Issue N°09 of our Journal discusses various topics that seemingly have no obvious connection to each other. It is true that Milan deals with children raised in homoparental families, that Bilbao studies the problem of infertility within the couple and the recourse of the latter to medically assisted procreation, that the first contribution of Barcelona addresses the effectiveness of Family Therapy in Conflict Resolution, while his second contribution is on David Burns’ diary, David Burns’ cognitive interpersonal therapy (ICT) communication tool, and Lyon’s analysis of the French bishops’ speech on the Pacs. and same-sex marriage. Yet there is a common point, a common dynamic represented by the concept of reflexivity.

Authors: Georges Eid (Ed.), Collectif, Vittorio Cigoli, Eugenia Scabinis, Lucía Navarro-Aresti, Ana Martínez-Pampliega, & Ioseba Iraurgi Castillo, Carles Pérez Testor & Josep Mercadal, Jiménez, E. & Pérez-Testor, C., Valérie Aubourg
Date of the document: 2017
Number of pages: 69
Collection: Journal of the REDIF
ISBN: ISSN: 2070-9021
Research: Family-REDIF
Theme: Social and health Issues; More

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Journal of the REDIF N°9

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Linked documents:
La Revue du REDIF N°10
REDIF Journal N°10
Revista del REDIF N°10
Revue du REDIF N°9
Revista del REDIF N°9
REDIF JOURNAL N°8
Revue du REDIF N°8
Revista del REDIF N°8
Revue du REDIF N°7
REDIF JOURNAL N°7
Revista del REDIF N°7
Revue du REDIF N°6
Revista del REDIF N°6
REDIF JOURNAL N°6

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Europe | World | Health and psychology | Family Sciences | Women | Academics/Researchers | Youth | Children