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by Christopher Harris,Colin Rosser

Author: Christopher Harris,Colin Rosser
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge Kegan & Paul; Abridged edition (April 1, 1983)
Pages: 256 pages
Category: Other
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In 1957 the Institute of Community Studies published their first findings about kinship and family in east London; these challenged accepted views about the family in urban society: they disturbed current sociological cliches and they questioned basic assumptions in contemporary social policy.

In 1957 the Institute of Community Studies published their first findings about kinship and family in east London; these challenged accepted views about the family in urban society: they disturbed current sociological cliches and they questioned basic assumptions in contemporary social policy. Michael Young and his colleagues generalized no wider than their evidence and this, for the most part, came from Bethnal Green, one square mile of east London, somewhat special in character and in recent history. No wonder that many asked: this may be true of Bethnal Green, but is it true, for instance,.

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a study of family and kinship in a South Wales town. International library of sociology, The Sociology of gender and the family - 5. Published 1998 by Routledge in London. Family, Social conditions. Swansea, Swansea (Wales), Wales. The Physical Object.

Colin Rosser and Christopher Harris, ‘The Family and Social Change: A Study of Family and Kinship in a South Wales Town’ (Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1965). CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Authors and Affiliations. 1. niversity of SussexUK. Cite this chapter as: Platt J. (1971) Introduction. New Perspectives in Sociology.

The Family and Social Change: A Study of Family and Kinship in a South Wales Town. Recent sociological inquiry into the family has focused on the decline of the male breadwinner family and the increasing diversity of family forms. Yet the term ‘family' remains vague and assumes different meanings. This paper discusses the meanings of the term ‘family' as it is used by interviewees in qualitative, in-depth interviews on family and kinship networks. The interviews were conducted as part of ethnographic fieldwork in a study of family and kinship in Swansea.

ROSSER Colin & HARRIS Christopher. 337p hardback lacks front free end-paper - otherwise a generally VG/VG ex-library copy dustwrapper (A study of 2000 families in Swansea. Seller Inventory 60968. Published by Routledge and Kegan Paul (International Library of Sociology) reprint 1968 (1965) (1968). More information about this seller Contact this seller 4. Stock Image. Family and Social Change, the : a Study of Family and Kinship in a South Wales Town. Rosser, Colin and Harris, Christopher. Published by Routledge & K. Paul, London (1983).

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Family sociology is generally concerned with the formation, maintenance .

Casting family change as a dependent variable and subjecting divorce to demographic analysis were two strong indicators of an emerging science of family that would be relatively independent from moral concerns.

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