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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Family divisions and inequalities in modern society.
Basingstoke : Macmillan, 1989
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|Description:||xi, 203 pages ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||Toward a framework for the analysis of family divisions and inequalities in modern society, P.Close; persistence and change in the family and gender in Australian society, M.Bittman and L.Bryson; the continuing case of Japan, J.Hendry; the significance of the family and marriage in the Federal Republic of Germany, R.Nave-Herz; myth and reality in the discovery and representation of childhood, G.Sgritta and A.Saporiti; reproduction in Norway - a case on non-responsibility, A.Jensen; illegitimacy, inequality and the law in England and Wales, R.Collins; the family and feminism in France, C.Duchen; Mary Richmond and the origins of social casework in America, E.Saretsky.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Paul Close.|