The University of Winnipeg

CRS-2251 Conflict in the Family I

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This course is designed to help students understand how conflict develops and manifests itself within familial relationships. Students study the nature of the family through the lens of a systemic perspective by examining family structure, communication patterns, and gender issues in relation to the family life cycle. Students learn to differentiate between destructive and constructive conflict processes in the family. They then progress to an understanding of how to transform antagonistic conflict into problem solving.

Prerequisites

CRS-1200 or permission of the instructor (prerequisite).

Course Details

Degree

Credit Hours

3

Sessions
Instructor Date
*. TBA CRS May. 01 2023 - Jun. 28 2023