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"Family systems have interrelated elements and structures; interact in patterns; have boundaries; function by the Composition Law; use messages and rules to shape members; and have subsystems."

Citation: Morgaine, C. (2001). Family systems theory - Portland State University. Family Systems Theory. Retrieved from https://web.pdx.edu/~cbcm/CFS410U/FamilySystemsTheory.pdf

Category: Family Processes

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