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Journal of the Korean Academy of Family Medicine 1990;11(10):29-33.
Published online October 1, 1990.
가족 적응력 결속력 평가 척도 ( FACES 3 ) 를 이용한 만성 알콜 중독 환자의 가족기능 평가에 대한 연구 (A Study of Chronic Alcoholics' Family Function Using Family Adaptability and Cohesion Evaluation Scales 3 ( FACES 3 ))
이혜리(Lee Hye Ree),조동영(Cho Dong Yung),이재윤(Lee Jai Youn)
연세대학교의과대학 가정의학교실 서울기독병원
Abstract
This study was investigated Family Adaptability & Cohesion Evaluation Scales Ⅲ(FACESⅢ) in chronic alcoholics' families.
FACESⅢ is the third version in a series of FACES scales developed to assess the major dimensions on the Circumplex Model, i.e., family cohesion and family adatability. The Circumplex Model of marrital and family systems hypothesizes that families balanced on the two central dimensions of cohesion and adaptability will evidence more effective functioning and optimal individual members' development than families at the extremes of these dimensions.
For this study, 50 chronic alcoholics who participated in A.A and were in admission in hospitals were chosen and the results of this study were as follows : In the levels of cohesion, disengaged families were most common as 56 percent while flexible families were most common and rigid families were relatively frequent in the levels of adaptability.
For each dimensions, mid-range families were 34 percent, balanced families 30 percent and extreme families were 36 percent.
As a result, this study suggested possibility that chronic alcoholics' family had family dysfunctions that showed frequent disengaged families and extreme families.
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