This is a survey text for sociology of family courses. The author uses all basic theoretical frameworks, structural, functional, interactionist, developmental, life course, exchange, feminist, sociobiological and conflict, to describe and analyze contemporary families and non-traditional lifestyles. This edition is both descriptive and analytical. It is cross-cultural and provides an objective description of the family system.
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Key Benefit: This book describes and analyzes contemporary families and nontraditional lifestyles and presents an objective description of U.S. families within a global perspective. Key Topics: Traditional and non-traditional family patterns; cross-cultural perspectives.
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Book Description Pearson Education. Book Condition: New. pp. 617. Bookseller Inventory # 5780855