As mentioned before, data supported a six-factor structure of the instrument, three scales for Cohesion (Enmeshed
, Balanced Cohesion, Disengaged) and three for Flexibility (Chaotic, Balanced Flexibility, Rigid).
By contrast, children from enmeshed
home environments entered school with no more disciplinary problems or depression and withdrawal than their peers from cohesive families.
Personal writings reveal that 'problem' girls were often aware of the workings of power in which they were enmeshed
. Case files, letters and autobiographies also reveal that girls and their families were not always passive subjects of the child welfare system.
What seems evident is that in much anti-Muslim rhetoric, criticism of the religion is enmeshed
with cultural and ethnic hostility that extends to largely secularized immigrants from traditionally Muslim countries.
The extension will overtake two key elections ( a May 2007 French presidential vote and Dutch parliament ballot the next month ( ensuring the charter is not enmeshed
in the politics of the two nations that trashed it.
As a boy, Dwight Enhart found himself enmeshed
in the fogs of an ordinary teenage boyhood in 1946 as a young man who had development into a shy, yet respected leader in his high school, The Fading Of The Scars is an engaging tale of the young discovery of God through friendships and social barriers that eventually break through as a message of enlightenment.
The whole issue of civil liberties and data is so enmeshed
Her quest is appropriate and plausible, because religion embraces ritual and symbol; it is enmeshed
with images that tell more compellingly than historical fact or dogma the significance of the mystery of our existence (p.
Following the suicide of his favorite client, Dodds becomes enmeshed
in the dead man's life, not only writing about it but also befriending the man's Down syndrome-affected sister, June.
More than that, it became enmeshed
with the systematic annihilation of European Jewry through a fatal tradition of estrangement and enmity towards the Jews," the Evangelical Church in Germany said in a statement.
If ever there were two occupations enmeshed
in one another's success, it would be home office underwriter and producer.
The program and philosophy of the camp reflect the Japanese love of nature through elements of Christianity and Judaism enmeshed
with Shinto and Buddhism.
Illustrating how the Other emerged out of multiple regimes of power and knowledge, Hogue shows how those regimes were enmeshed
with colonial expansion from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance to European exploits in the Americas on and after 1492.
Holst is currently enmeshed
in a 20-year project to document the 10,000 species of plants in the Lost World of southern Venezuela.
British colonial rulers left India a massive bureaucracy enmeshed
in a culture of secrecy.