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Rosenblatt's new book explores 'shared obliviousness'

rosenblattP2008.jpgPaul Rosenblatt, Ph.D., Family Social Science professor, has published a new book Shared Obliviousness in Family Systems. Rosenblatt defines "shared obliviousness" as the state of being unmindful or unaware of something, and in a family setting, it means that all family members distance themselves from information they could--and maybe should--be conscious of. For more information, read the UMNews article or hear the Minnesota Moment podcast by clicking below.

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