intrafamilial

intrafamilial

(in″tră-fă-mil′yăl) [ intra- + familial]
Within a family.
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Families lacking in intrafamilial conflict might prevent adolescents from learning how to actively deal with conflict and make them overly cautious about taking dissonant or opposing positions.
Willis is acutely sensitive to intrafamilial misunderstandings in "Gorilla, My Love," but she misconstrues the tension between the story's two betrayal narratives and its affirmations of the vitality of Hazel's extended family.
Hanson, Guidelines for the Psychosocial Treatment of Intrafamilial Child Physical and Sexual Abuse (Final Draft Report July 30, 2001, pp.
Intrafamilial and other stressful life events were measured with 35 items from the Life Events Checklist (LEC) (Johnson & McCutcheon, 1980) that asked about events related to family, self, school, and peers that occurred in the past six months (for example, changing schools, death of a family member).
The study's results are consistent with prior research in the developed Western nations, demonstrating that homicide-suicides constitute a minuscule proportion of all homicides, occur primarily between intimate relations, are precipitated by intrafamilial discord, and occur in the domestic setting.
The United States has one of the highest rates of intrafamilial violence of any nation in the world.
It is true that this is an area with few methodological advances since the first critical appraisals published in the late 1960's, including the difficult question of how to identify and weigh different "resources" or status contributions that may affect the structure of intrafamilial relationships (Safilios-Rothschild, 1969; Szinovacz, 1987).
Within contemporary society, the remnants of Levi-Strauss's universal incest taboo are not to be found in prohibition against the sexual exploitation of children (which may or may not exist within a given family) but in prohibitions against any discussion of intrafamilial sexuality, and in the overwhelming and tireless project of that is the thoroughgoing imposition of heterosexuality on children.
This purported maniac seems much more concerned with the analytic and aesthetic manipulation of a cluster of themes, ranging from sociopsychological structures of authority and intrafamilial hierarchies to the traumatic contamination of early childhood by popular culture and the media.
Many women were subjected to intrafamilial violence, "forced to die at the hands of men in their own families" (p.
Such intrafamilial clustering suggests that a genetic predisposition for umbilical cord torsion may exist in some cases.
We usually understand the pen and needle to be opposed in the protofeminist discourse of the Renaissance, of course, but here, in Elizabeth's first production, the pen and needle go together in a first gesture of intrafamilial authorship.

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