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Fall073630 previewco pdf
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“Principle 3: Turn toward Each Other Instead of Away,” in The Seven… (Chapter Five, 79-97). SHARE POW ER AND RESPECT EACH OTHER’S VIEW POINTS Gottman. “Principle 4: Let Your Partner Influence You,” in The Seven… (Chapter Six, 99-127). IN-CLASS EXAM TW O UNDERSTAND THE NATURE OF YOUR CONFLICTS Gottman. “The Two Kinds of Marital Conflict,” in The Seven… (Chapter Seven, 129-155). RESOLVING CONFLICT IN A LOVING RELATIONSHIP Gottman.

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Pruett. “The dad difference in child development,” in Fatherneed (Chapter Two, 35-57). http://ereserve.lib.utah.edu/ereserve/trms/annual/FCS/3630/Herrin/dad.pdf M eetings 8, 9, 10: September 20, 22, 27 W HAT ARE FATHERS’ NEEDS FOR CHILDREN OVER THE LIFE SPAN AND W HAT ARE CHILDREN’S NEEDS FOR FATHERS? Pruett. “Fatherneed throughout life,” in Fatherneed (Chapter Four, 76-99).

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(2003). Children’s adjustment following divorce: Risk and resilience perspectives. Fam ily Relations, 52 (4), 352–362. http://www.familymediationscotland.org.uk/main/adjustment.pdf : 10. Stanton, Glenn T. (2004). “Divorce Still Hurts.” Online archives of Fam ily.org (a Focus on the Family web site). http://www.family.org/cforum/fosi/marriage/divorce/a0031653.cfm : 11. Colino, Stacey. (2002). “The better divorce.” Online archives of Child.com.

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http://www.excellence-earlychildhood.ca/documents/EgelandANGxp.pdf & Gilligan. “How to think about violence” in Violence, 89-102. W EEK SIX, M EETINGS 9, 10: September 25, 27 [W Q&I. B AU M EISTER : THR EE Q S , O N E !, O N E ?; G ILLIGAN : O N E Q, O N E !, O N E ?; O N E D = 9.] & Baumeister, Roy F. (1999). “Preface” in Evil: Inside hum an cruelty and violence. New York: W . H. Freeman, iix-x. & Baumeister. “The questions of evil, and the answers” in Evil, 1-30.

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More information on the University of Utah’s Accommodations Policy is available at: . REQUESTS for SPECIAL ACCO M M O DATIONS by STUDENTS with DISABILITIES. Persons with disabilities requiring special accommodations to meet the expectations and assignments of this course are encouraged to bring this to 4 the attention of the instructor as soon in the term as possible.

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Gittins, Diana. (1985). “What is the family? Is it universal?” In Gittens, The family question, second edition. New York: Macmillan. http://ereserve.lib.utah.edu/ereserve/trms/annual/FCS/3630/Herrin/familyq.pdf RECOMMENDED: Coontz, Stephanie. (2005). “The many meanings of marriage,” from Marriage, a history. From obedience to intimacy or how love conquered marriage. New York: Viking (Penguin Group), 24-33. (2002). Why marriage matters.

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THE THIRD EXAM IS NOT COMPREHENSIVE. IN-CLASS ACTIVITIES (20% of grade). During most class meetings we engage in activities, as individuals and/or in small groups, that build on your class preparation, readings, and other class activities. A few activities may require work outside of class but most are completed in class. For these activities, you receive credit if you are present, participate, and turn your work in at the end of the particular class meeting with your name on it.

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You will have many opportunities to reflect on and articulate through writing and class discussion your questions, learning, and insights. REQUIRED COURSE READINGS 1. Baumeister, Roy F. (1999). Evil: Inside hum an cruelty and violence. New York: Owl Books (W . H. Freeman). 2. Beck, Aaron T. (1999). Prisoners of hate: The cognitive basis of anger, hostility, and violence.

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W e will analyze the role of fathers in the social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development of children and the role of fathers in the development of gender identity and sexual orientation in children. The course will examine the various and controversial roles and images of fathers as nurturers, co-parents, providers, protectors, patriarchs, “dead-beats,” and sperm-donors in our culture and the media. IM PORTANT QUESTIONS TO BE ADDRESSED IN THE COURSE 1. 2.

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1 Houlgate, Laurence D. (1999). “W hat is family ethics?” in Morals, marriage, and parenthood: An introduction to family ethics. Belmont, CA: W adsworth, 1-21. & Manning. “Introduction” in Guide to ethics, 1-22. & Newberg. “A mountain of misperceptions: Searching for beliefs in a haystack of neurons” in Born to believe, 16-44. W EEK FOUR: February 3 [W Q&I. “Defining Marriage and Family Issues” in Feuds about fam ilies, 25-29. [ NO QUOTE NEEDED.] & Benokraitis.

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