Family Analysis Project Essay

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Running head: N3352 LEGACY OF THE FAMILY

N3352 Legacy of the Family: Family Analysis Project
The University of Texas at Arlington School of Nursing

In partial fulfillment of the requirements of
N3352 Legacy of the Family
Online RN-BSN
The content of this paper is to thoroughly analyze the relationships and functionality of the family chosen to be studied and assessed. By assessing, incorporating the lessons taught throughout the past five weeks in this class and inter-relating the family’s sociocultural background, communication patterns, physical environment setting, values and beliefs, power and role structure, communication patterns, adaptation and level of development as well as their
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It was almost like a totalitarian environment because Jane and her late husband has disciplined her sons well, raising them to have respect for each other and every one they meet. The immediate family member that lives close to them are all from their late father’s family who have migrated in the US on the year 1970s. Jane’s immediate family are all in China, she is the only one in her family that resided out of the country. The family rarely goes on leisure activities. They consider leisure the fact that they go out every Sunday to eat out at a restaurant. They only have leisure when they go back home in China.
Adaptation: Role Conflicts/Overload/Changes; Coping Strategies; Problem Solving Skills The main problem solving and adaptation tool that this family uses is open ended communication. They always have an open table discussion about any issues that are ongoing. Conflicts may sometimes arise because Jane’s children are now more influenced on the more liberal way of life in United States in which she is not accustomed to. Religion and family involve play a big role in support and coping most especially at the very difficult time of their lives wherein they lost their father, Henry.
Health Care: Beliefs Regarding Health and Illness and Practices Including Promotion/Prevention Efforts The family has been exposed in the medical field even before they migrated here in the US given the fact that