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Families Across the Life Course by White, Martin, and Bartolic provides a comprehensive introduction to the issues surrounding marriage and the family. Taking a traditional, life course approach to the topic, it traces the diversity of paths that social relationships can take during their development. The text’s interdisciplinary approach analyses issues not just from a sociological perspective, but also includes research from family studies, economics, political science, and demography.
Table of contents
- Defining ‘Family’ Across the Life Course
- Torts Life Course Analysis
- Dating and Mate Selection
- Fertility and Having a Child
- Parent-Child Relations
- Divorce and Repartnering
- Aging Families
- Stress, Conflict, and Abuse Across the Life Course
- Changing Pathways and Emerging Alternatives
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Published by Pearson Canada (March 15th 2012) - Copyright © 2013