Project #92701 - College Project: Family Attachments

Show What You Know About Family and Attachment: Paper on Family and Attachment

Woman reading at a computerWrite a short paper identifying attachment relationships between you and your family and/or significant others using a genogram to display your family attachments (see below). The paper should be 3 pages plus a reference page if necessary:

  1. The first page should be a narrative (in essay format) of your concept of family: yourdefinition and description of what makes up a family. This could include cultural or religious practices or, perhaps, economic and/or family values.
  2. The second page is a genogram in which you will depict your family relationships and attachments (see below for instructions).
  3. The third page is your analysis of the relationships and attachment depicted in your genogram. What understanding of your attachment relationships came about from this exercise? Were there any surprises?

To construct the genogram, use the typical format for lines and symbols for connection. Use the resources outlined in the Content Guide on Families in this module to assist you; or you can locate your own. This is a conventional genogram of your family with symbols and lines identifying gender and relationship connections. For example, squares symbolize males, circles symbolize females. Submit it in any format that is convenient for you as long as I can access a clean copy. You may likely be able to draw this on your computer, either using a drawing program or by scanning in a genogram done by hand (like you would a photograph or a drawing), but hand drawing on paper is fine, too. One of the ways to create a genogram is using Microsoft Word. Please view the instructions on how to create a genogram in Word and save it in a format that transfers well.

 

Some students have found www.Genopro.com on the internet to be helpful. You are welcome to use this or any resource

Attachments in Families: After you have completed the family genogram, add the following to identify the kinds of attachment relationships you have (or had) with your family members:

  • four lines for a connection that is a strong attachment,
  • three lines for a moderate attachment,
  • two lines for a minimal attachment, and
  • broken line for a negative attachment.

One line is the default, indicating there is a connection but not an attachment, such as a connection with someone who might be related to you, but never emotionally connected.

Note from the poster: This assignment is a little tricky so if you don't understand all instuctions to a T please do not bid it needs to be done correctly!!!

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Due By (Pacific Time) 11/15/2015 12:00 am
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