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Williams, Michael R. R.
Languages: English
Types: Doctoral thesis
Subjects: BV, HV

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This research dissertation is carried out on behalf of the Stauros Foundation, a Christian agency which endeavours to offer pastoral care and support to people with an alcohol dependency problem. The sample population consisted of 207 individuals who completed a questionnaire that covered five categories of interest, for example, background biographical, alcohol and family background, drinking habits, effects of drinking habits and perceived pastoral needs. [...]
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    • Chapter 4 Religious conversion and alcohol dependency ...................................84 1. Introduction .............................................................................................84 2. Theoretical context: religious conversion ...............................................85 3. Religious conversion and alcohol dependency .......................................89 a. Psychology of religious conversion ............................................91 b. Alcoholics Anonymous ...............................................................94 c. Stauros Foundation .....................................................................99 4. Main findings ........................................................................................104 5. Conclusion ............................................................................................106
    • Chapter 8 Secondary consequences and alcohol dependency ...........................194 1. Introduction ...........................................................................................194 2. Theoretical context: external relational circumstances .........................196 a. Marital status .............................................................................197 b. Profile pattern: sex ....................................................................200 c. Profile pattern: age ....................................................................201 d. Family relationships ..................................................................202 e. Profile pattern: sex ....................................................................207 f. Profile pattern: age ....................................................................207 3. Internal moral considerations ................................................................208 a. Violence ....................................................................................208 b. Profile pattern: sex ....................................................................213 c. Profile pattern: age ....................................................................214 d. Antisocial behaviour .................................................................215 e. Profile pattern: sex ....................................................................217
    • Chapter 9 Family background and alcohol dependency ...................................222 1. Introduction ...........................................................................................222 2. Theoretical background.........................................................................224 3. The influence of alcohol .......................................................................228 4. Familial density and harmful drinking ..................................................230 a. Profile pattern: sex ....................................................................233 b. Profile pattern: age ....................................................................234 5. Familial harmful drinking and drinking motives ..................................234 6. Familial harmful drinking and children ................................................237 7. Familial harmful drinking and adolescents ...........................................243 8. Main findings ........................................................................................247 9. Conclusion ............................................................................................249
    • Chapter 10 Parental image and alcohol dependency .........................................252 1. Introduction ...........................................................................................252 2. Theoretical background: attachment theory ..........................................254 a. Parental image ...........................................................................255 3. Parental image: maternal carer ..............................................................259 a. Maternal availability .................................................................260 b. Maternal persona .......................................................................261 c. Maternal function ......................................................................262 4. Parental image: paternal carer ...............................................................263 a. Paternal availability ..................................................................263 b. Paternal persona ........................................................................264 c. Paternal function .......................................................................265 5. Harmful drinking and perceived parental image ...................................265 6. Main findings ........................................................................................271 7. Conclusion ............................................................................................272
    • Chapter 12 Psychological type and alcohol dependency ...................................319 1. Introduction ...........................................................................................319 2. Theoretical context: psychological type theory ....................................321 3. Psychological type dynamics ................................................................324 a. Dominant function ....................................................................324 b. Auxiliary function .....................................................................325 c. Inferior function ........................................................................326 d. Tertiary function .......................................................................326 4. Uniqueness and commonality ...............................................................327 5. Psychological type reliability ................................................................328 a. Extraversion / introversion ........................................................328 b. Sensing / intuition .....................................................................329 c. Thinking / feeling ......................................................................333
    • 5.1 Drinking history: overview ...............................................................................119
    • 5.2 Drinking history: sex .........................................................................................124
    • 5.3 Drinking history: age ........................................................................................126
    • 5.4 Drinking practice: overview .............................................................................128
    • 5.5 Drinking practice: sex .......................................................................................134
    • 5.6 Drinking practice: age .......................................................................................136
    • 7.1 Physical health and harmful drinking ...............................................................171
    • 9.1 Influence of alcohol on family and home .........................................................229
    • 9.2 Family history and density of harmful drinking ...............................................231
    • 9.3 Father and one other relative .............................................................................232
    • 9.4 Mother and one other relative ...........................................................................232
    • 9.5 Family history: sex ............................................................................................233
    • 9.6 Family history: age ...........................................................................................234
    • 9.7 Alcohol abusing father and drinking motives ...................................................235
    • 10.1 Perception of mother/maternal carer ..............................................................260
    • 10.2 Perception of father/paternal carer ..................................................................263
    • 10.3 Paternal / maternal harmful drinkers...............................................................265
    • 10.4 Alcohol abusing mother and maternal image .................................................267
    • 10.5 Alcohol abusing father and paternal image ....................................................268
    • 12.1 Extraversion / introversion ..............................................................................329
    • 12.2 Sensing / intuition ...........................................................................................330
    • 12.3 Sensing / intuition............................................................................................333
    • 12.4 Thinking / feeling ............................................................................................333
    • 12.5 Judging / perceiving ........................................................................................335
    • 12.6 Type distribution for total sample ...................................................................337
    • 12.7 Comparison of sample with United Kingdom norms .....................................338
    • 12.8 Completed psychological types compared with United Kingdom norms.......347
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