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AFM 6640 Families and Crisis: Start Here

AFM 6640 Families and Crisis

This guide will assist you with your AFM 6640 course. Use the GOLD TABS to navigate the guide.

This course will define what is meant by family crisis, identify some of the major theoretical frameworks for studying families and crisis, consider major lifestyle transitions, and explore the major catastrophic crises families face. It will also examine prevention resources and strengths that enable families to deal with crisis more adequately.

Applied Family Science Program Chair

Mary Kay Keller, M.P.A., Ph.D., SSW, CEIM, CFLE.
Chair of Applied Family Science Graduate Program
WILMINGTON UNIVERSITY
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
MaryKay.Keller@wilmu.edu

302.327.4897

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Guide Citation

Wilmington University Library. (2020, June). AFM 6640: Families and crisis guide.

[Revised by M. Jones: December, 2020]