Asymptotic Analysis II: Surveys and New Trends by F. Verhulst

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C. Saal has noted: In a paper read in 1950 for the "Netherlandse Sociologische Vereniging" I suggested making a distinction between the open and the closed type of family, which terms have since then been used frequently in the Dutch Sociological literature. Both types of families must be regarded as functions of certain community relations, in the sense that the more or less closed type of community as a rule correlates to the open family type and the mental development in the individual is unconsciously adapted to the demands of the whole.

Only two in ten of the foster mothers labeled this one of their easier problems. No appreciable differences emerged between those who cared for infants and those who cared for older children. This was surprising, since it might be presumed that the care of older children would involve dealing with the problem of destructiveness more often than would the care of infants. The lack of tolerance for such behavior might well account for much of the allegedly high rate of turnover for children in foster family care.

In order to obtain quantifiable data from them for this study an instrument called the Foster Parent Appraisal Form (FPAF) was constructed. The form required caseworkers to make 135 ratings on ten-point scales for each foster family. Rated were such things as the handling by foster parents of the children entrusted to their care, the patterns of child rearing in the foster home, the social characteristics of the foster parents, the quality of the family relationships, and the suitability of foster parents for various kinds of children.

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