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The family; its sociology and social psychiatry,

Author: Joseph K Folsom
Publisher: New York, J. Wiley & Sons, Inc.; London, Chapman & Hall, Limited, 1934.
Series: Wiley social science series.
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Folsom, Joseph K. (Joseph Kirk), 1893-1960.
Family.
New York, J. Wiley & Sons, Inc.; London, Chapman & Hall, Limited, 1934
(OCoLC)988183326
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph K Folsom
OCLC Number: 294630
Description: xiii, 604 pages illustrations (map) diagrams 24 cm.
Contents: Part I: The family patterns and its subcultural basis --
I. The family patterns --
II. Basic definitions: culture and the subcultural --
1. Man --
2. Society --
3. Culture --
III. Love and personality formation --
1. Human needs, satisfactions, and suffering --
2. The nature and kinds of love --
3. Frustration and personality change --
IV. Love and social interaction: universal patterns --
Part II: The cultural history and ethnology of the family --
1. Theories of family evolution --
2. A survey of cultural variations in the family --
VI. The family in historical and contemporary civilizations --
1. The history of the Euro-American family --
2. Modern European family patterns --
3. Asiatic family patters --
Part III: Social change and the family --
1. The process of social change --
2. The changes caused by mechanical invention --
VIII. The social effects of biological and psychological discovery: modern individualism --
Part IV: Family problems and mass readjustments --
IX. The problem of controlling reproduction --
1. Introduction to family problems in general --
2. The problem of excessive reproduction --
4. The problem of dysgenic reproduction --
4. The problem of insufficient reproduction --
X. The economics of children and the home --
1. The care of children --
2. The reorganization of women's labor --
XI. Marriage and mate-finding --
1. The mating problem: its possible solutions --
2. Marriage and non-marriage in the light of statistics --
3. The problem of selecting partners --
4. Marriage legislation --
XII. Divorce --
1. Humane divorce as a proposed solution --
2. Trends in divorce law --
3. Trends in divorce fact --
XIII. The love mores --
1. Increasing immorality or changing mores? --
2. The facts of the change --
3. The forces involved in the change --
Part V: Family problems and individual adjustments --
1. The extent and individual causes of marriage failure --
2. Similarities and differences between mates --
XV. Marital roles, frustrations, and interaction --
1. Personality patterns and interactional roles --
2. Marital frustrations --
3. The marital interaction process --
XVI. The parent-child relation --
1. Children and their problems --
2. The interaction between parent and child --
XVII. Education and individual treatment --
Part VI: The cultural future --
XVIII. The future of the family system.
Series Title: Wiley social science series.
Responsibility: by Joseph Kirk Folsom.

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