Selected Studies in Marriage and the Family (Chapters: 64)

Contributor(s): Language: English Analytics: Show analyticsPublication details: New York, Chicago, San Francisco : Holt, Rinehart and Winston 1965, AprilEdition: 2., Rev. EdDescription: xii, 651 pp
Contents:
from the Table of Contents: Editor's Introduction: Scientific Method and the Study of the Family; Familial Structure in General and in the United States; Familial Structure Viewed as Roles; Familial, Occupational, and Sex Roles; Impact of Social Change on Familial Structure and Functions: The Chinese Case; Impact of Social Change on Familial Functions: The American Case; Parenthood and Socialization; Parenthood and Socialization (Continued); Social Structure and Socialization; Social Class and Socialization; A Critique of Studies Relating Social Class to Methods of Child-Rearing and their Consequences in the Personalities of Children; Adolescents and their Parents; Young Adults and their Parents; Aged Parents and their Offspring; Criteria for Selecting a Mate; Propinquity and Homogamy in American Mate-Selection; Dating: Love as a Criterion in Mate-Selection; Marital Adjustment and Success: Measurement and Standards; Social Structure, Domestic Power, and Marital Stability; Marital Disorganization and Reorganization: Death, Divorce, Separation, and Remarriage;
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from the Table of Contents: Editor's Introduction: Scientific Method and the Study of the Family; Familial Structure in General and in the United States; Familial Structure Viewed as Roles; Familial, Occupational, and Sex Roles; Impact of Social Change on Familial Structure and Functions: The Chinese Case; Impact of Social Change on Familial Functions: The American Case; Parenthood and Socialization; Parenthood and Socialization (Continued); Social Structure and Socialization; Social Class and Socialization; A Critique of Studies Relating Social Class to Methods of Child-Rearing and their Consequences in the Personalities of Children; Adolescents and their Parents; Young Adults and their Parents; Aged Parents and their Offspring; Criteria for Selecting a Mate; Propinquity and Homogamy in American Mate-Selection; Dating: Love as a Criterion in Mate-Selection; Marital Adjustment and Success: Measurement and Standards; Social Structure, Domestic Power, and Marital Stability; Marital Disorganization and Reorganization: Death, Divorce, Separation, and Remarriage;

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