|附加的形体格式：||Toward an integrated science of research on families.
Washington, D.C. : National Academies Press, ©2011
Steve Olson; National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on the Science of Research on Families.; National Research Council (U.S.). Board on Children, Youth, and Families.; National Academies Press (U.S.)
|描述：||ix, 101 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
Demographic perspectives on family change --
Studying how families cope with poverty and economic stress: the role of quantitative and qualitative methods --
Studying family processes in the clinical and prevention sciences --
Family research methods and frameworks: examples from the study of biomarkers, child health, and econometric methods --
Strengthening funding opportunities and training models for the future of integrated family research studies --
|责任：||Steve Olson, editor ; Committee on the Science of Research on Families, Board on Children, Youth, and Families, Institute of Medicine and National Research Council of the the National Academies.|
"Demographic changes, immigration, economic upheavals, and changing societal mores are creating new and altered structures, processes, and relationships in American families today. As families undergo rapid change, family science is at the brink of a new and exciting integration across methods, disciplines, and epistemological perspectives. The purpose of The Science of Research on Families: A Workshop, held in Washington, DC, on July 13-14, 2010, was to examine the broad array of methodologies used to understand the impact of families on children's health and development. It sought to explore individual disciplinary contributions and the ways in which different methodologies and disciplinary perspectives could be combined in the study of families. Toward an Integrated Science of Research on Families documents the information presented in the workshop presentations and discussions. The report explores the idea of family research as being both basic and applied, offering opportunities for learning as well as intervention. It discusses research as being most useful when organized around particular problems, such as obesity or injury prevention. Toward an Integrated Science of Research on Families offers a problem-oriented approach that can guide a broad-based research program that extends across funders, institutions, and scientific disciplines."--Publisher's description.
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