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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Catherine Marsh; Sara Arber
|Description:||xi, 217 pages.|
|Contents:||Families and households in modern Britain, Catherine Marsh and Sara Arber; short-term reciprocity in parent-child economic exchanges, Gill Jones; Saturday jobs - sixth-formers in the labour market, Susan Hutson and Wai-yee Cheung; relationships between the generations in British families past and present, Richard Wall; "In Sickness and in Health" - care-giving, gender and the independence of elderly people, Sara Arber and Jay Ginn; rational choice and household division, Alan Hugh Carling; the differentiation of households and working time arrangements in West Germany, Volker H. Schmidt; diversity and ambiguity among lone-parent households in modern Britain; Graham Crow and Michael Hardey; social networks of single person households, Walter Bien, et al; upholding the nuclear family - a study of unmarried parents and domestic courts, Rosemary Collins.|
|Series Title:||Explorations in sociology, 42.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Catherine Marsh and Sara Arber.|