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dc.contributor.authorVicki Koenen_US
dc.contributor.authorChrizanne van Eedenen_US
dc.contributor.authorSebastiaan Rothmannen_US
dc.identifier.citationKoen, V. & Van Eeden, C., et al. 2013. A model for psychosocial well-being of families in a South African context. Journal of psychology in Africa, 23(1):155-164. []en_US
dc.description.abstractThis study applied the approach of Dickoff, James, and Wiedenbach (1968) to construct a conceptual framework and a model for the psychosocial well-being of families from diverse cultures in a South African context. Findings from previous qualitative research served as the empirical data base for the conceptual framework and model while relevant literature was used as theoretical evidence in the formulation of the conceptual framework and model. The proposed model indicates the interaction and interrelatedness between the family, family strengths and family functioning. The family makes use of family strengths, as well as family functioning to interact. If the interaction is successful it can influence or generate contributing factors that can enhance the psychosocial well-being of families. The model's structure and process illustrate the complexity of the process of family psychosocial well-being, the uniqueness of South African families and the potential for growth.
dc.publisherElliott & Fitzpatrick & NISC [© 2010 Elliot & Fitzpatrick]
dc.subjectPsychosocial well-being
dc.subjectTheory generation
dc.subjectConceptual framework
dc.titleA model for psychosocial well-being of families in a South African contexten_US
dc.contributor.researchID10057013 - Van Eeden, Chrizanne
dc.contributor.researchID10064699 - Rothmann, Sebastiaan

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