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by Hoa N. Nguyen, doctoral student; Saeid Kianpour, MFT, doctoral student; Yesim Keskin, doctoral student; and Fred P. Piercy, Ph.D.; all of Virginia Tech
By understanding of the media's influence, Islamic beliefs of ordinary Muslims, and discrimination against their families, we hope to open minds and hearts.
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Diversity and Inclusion
Families and Individuals in Societal Contexts
Religion and Families
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by Nancy Nason-Clark, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology, University of New Brunswick, Canada
Churches and their leaders can be part of the solution to domestic violence, not just part of the problem.
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Interpersonal Relationships
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by Dan Zomerlei, M.Div., M.S. MFT, [email protected], Adrian Blow, Ph.D., Sahil Gambir, H.BMSc, and Janet Osuch, M.D., all of Michigan State University
Cancer death and cancer survivorship present challenges to families as they attempt to adjust to the pervasive effects of the disease on the patient and family. 
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Family Health
Internal Dynamics of Families
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by Marcus N. Tanner, Ph.D., president and CEO, HealingChoice, www.healingchoice.org
I was a pastor and for the first time in my ministry, I left my pregnant wife and daughter at home before heading to church that morning.
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Internal Dynamics of Families
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by Anthony G. James, M.S., Department of Human Development and Family Studies, University of Missouri, Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Family Studies and Social Work, Miami University (Ohio)
Most, if not all, parents desire their children to grow up with a set of morals, principles, guidelines, standards, values, etc.
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Parent Education and Guidance
Religion and Families
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by Rob Palkovitz, Ph.D., professor, Human Development and Family Studies
Everyday interactions with family members have significant influence in informing teens' emerging faith.
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by Manijeh Daneshpour, Ph.D., associate professor and director of the Department of Marriage and Family Therapy, St. Cloud State University, Minnesota
I choose to wear the hijab to represent myself as an example of modesty and as a sanctuary of female independence.
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by Frank D. Fincham, Eminent Scholar and director, Florida State University Family Institute,
Less than a decade has passed since Hill and Pargament noted that social scientists tend to keep "their distance from religion and spirituality."
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Families and Individuals in Societal Contexts
Religion and Families
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by Jackie L. Halstead, Ph.D., LMFT, associate professor, Lipscomb University
During my graduate school years, I had to learn how to make sense of my faith and spirituality on my own.
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Counseling and Therapy
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by C. J. Aducci, M.A., program manager, Office of Strong Family Development, Chickasaw Nation, Ada, Oklahoma, and Waymon R. Hinson, Ph.D., associate administrator, Family Resource System, Chickasaw Nation, Ada, Oklahoma
American Indians and African Americans share similar and disparate stories of disenfranchisement and loss.
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by Loren Marks, associate professor, Louisiana State University
I have been asked to offer a brief, distilled version of the new theory former NCFR President Wes Burr published in his recent volume Sacred Matters (2012).
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Religion and Families
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Family Focus on Family Strengths and Resilience
In this issue of NCFR Report, we explore programs and policies that can increase family resilience.
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Families and Individuals in Societal Contexts
Family Health
Family Law and Public Policy
Internal Dynamics of Families
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Family Focus on Religion
In this issue of NCFR Report, we explore how faith and spirituality contribute to individual and family resilience.
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Families and Individuals in Societal Contexts
Religion and Families