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" Support systems perform several critical social functions relevant to the dynamics of child maltreatment by acting as: . . . continuing social aggregates that provide Individuals with opportunities for feedback about themselves and for validations for... "
Children and Families in the Social Environment - ˹ 66
James Garbarino - 2017
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Social Support Networks: Informal Helping in the Human Services

James K. Whittaker, James Garbarino - 1983 - 479 ˹
...tap is the support system, and that concept is used in the spirit of Caplan's benchmark formulation as: continuing social aggregates that provide individuals...communications within the larger community context. . . . People have a variety of specific needs that demand satisfaction through enduring interpersonal...
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The Human Services Delivery System: Mental Health, Criminal Justice, Social ...

S. Richard. Sauber - 1983 - 426 ˹
...directed by caregiving professionals, and mutual-help groups. He described support systems as groups of social aggregates that provide individuals with opportunities...for feedback about themselves and for validations of their expectations about others. Support systems may thus offset deficiencies in these communications...
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Die alltäglichen Helfer: Theorien sozialer Unterstützung und eine ...

Frank Nestmann - 1988 - 372 ˹
...organization) that provide individuals with oppurtunities for feedback about themselves and for validation of their expectations about others, which may offset...communications within the larger community context" (1974, S. 19). Unterstützungssysteme haben für CAPLAN gesundheitsfördernde und 'ich stärkende'...
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Children's Social Networks and Social Supports

Deborah Belle - 1989 - 373 ˹
...to the stability of interpersonal relationships. For example, Caplan (1974) defined social support as "continuing social aggregates that provide individuals...for feedback about themselves and for validations of their expectations of others" (pp. 4-5). More specifically, Caplan noted that, in times of need,...
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The Battered Child

Mary Edna Helfer, Ruth S. Kempe, Richard D. Krugman - 1999 - 672 ˹
...enhancing family functioning is to link social nurturance and social control (6). Such support systems "provide individuals with opportunities for feedback...communications within the larger community context" (33, p. 12). A study by Freudenburg and Jones (34) of twenty-three communities experiencing rapid population...
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Handbook of Community Psychology

Julian Rappaport, Edward Seidman - 2000 - 1011 ˹
...support systems, Caplan (1974) clearly captured many of the essential characteristics of SHGs. He defined support systems as "continuing social aggregates that...for feedback about themselves and for validations of their expectations about others, which may offset deficiencies in these communications within the...
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Dying, Death, and Bereavement: A Challenge for Living, 2nd Edition

Inge B. Corless - 2006 - 400 ˹
...aggregate that provides individuals with opportunities for feedback about themselves and for validation of their expectations about others, which may offset...communications within the larger community context. In such relations, Caplan continues, the individual is dealt with in a personalized way: People speak...
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Dying, Death, and Bereavement: A Challenge for Living, 2nd Edition

Inge B. Corless - 2006 - 400 ˹
...aggregate that provides individuals with opportunities for feedback about themselves and for validation of their expectations about others, which may offset...communications within the larger community context. In such relations, Caplan continues, the individual is dealt with in a personalized way: People speak...
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