This book addresses the complexity of family change.
This book addresses the complexity of family change. The book shows that, while there has undeniably been change, there is a surprising degree of continuity in family practices
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Home Browse Books Book details, The Family and Social Change: A Study of Family. In 1957 the Institute of Community Studies published their first findings about kinship and family in east London; these challenged accepted views about the family in urban society: they disturbed current sociological cliches and they questioned basic assumptions in contemporary social policy.
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This book analyses the specific ways in which family lives have changed and how they have been affected by the major structural and cultural changes of the second half of the . Find all the books, read about the author, and more.
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This paper explores the social change of the past 40 years through reporting the results of a restudy. Thus the trend towards increased differentiation identified in the original study (Rosser and Harris: The Family and Social Change) has continued into the 21st century. It argues that social change can be understood, culturally, as involving a process of ion and, structurally, as involving differentiation within elementary family groups as well as within extended family networks. This is associated with a ion of family life and an increasing need for partners to negotiate participation in both productive and reproductive work.
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