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When one person is perceived as the source of a family's difficulties, the social worker's task is to:
 
  A) ask others about their role in creating and maintaining the problem.
  B) ask that person to leave so that the discussion can be productive.
  C) focus on each family member's perception of behavior.
  D) facilitate and encourage linear thinking.



The goal of bringing a family together is to:
 
  A) teach the members of the family about social work theories.
  B) identify the problem at hand.
  C) determine the negative traits of each family member.
  D) identify the particular family member causing the problem.



In a blind alley argument, _____.
 
  A) both parties are wrong
  B) neither party can understand the other
  C) neither party can be proved right or wrong
  D) both parties refuse to communicate or interact



_____ are a potent way of modifying patterns of interaction by arbitrating immediately when problematic family patterns occur during a meeting with a social worker.
 
  A) Low-context communications
  B) On-the-spot interventions
  C) Skill development exercises
  D) Enmeshed alliances



Negotiating _____ agreements in parent-child transactions requiring decision making and/or disciplinary actions is a strategy for strengthening parental coalitions.
 
  A) blind alley
  B) united front
  C) contract
  D) reciprocal



One aspect of _____ involves members expressing themselves by using drawings to disclose their perceptions of each other.
 
  A) structural mapping
  B) family sculpting
  C) triangulating
  D) reframing



_____ is a technique used in experiential family practice models to assist family members in analyzing and observing their alliances and in making decisions concerning possible changes.
 
  A) Family dissonance
  B) Family enmeshment
  C) Family restructuring
  D) Family sculpting



The process in which two members of a family attempt to cope with dissatisfaction or conflict in their relationship by forming a coalition with a third family member is known as _____.
 
  A) enmeshment
  B) disengagement
  C) intervention
  D) triangulation



Which of the following statements is true of family rules?
 
  A) They are always openly acknowledged.
  B) They destroy a family's equilibrium.
  C) They do not affect the sequence of interactions to an event.
  D) They govern the range of behavior in the family system.



Which of the following statements is true of second-order changes?
 
  A) They treat family system arrangements as resources or barriers to problem solving.
  B) They attempt to solve problems within the current family structure.
  C) They are less technical than first-order changes.
  D) They involve modification to family system structures.
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