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Changing families

by Judy Aulette Root

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CHANGING FAMILIES is the first family textbook to emphasize how social structural forces influence family experiences and how families and individuals influence and cope with social structure. This emphasis helps students see that, while families are affected by larger social forces, they can also play a role in changing those forces. The book also examines this interplay of social structure and family experiences in a historical context and among diverse kinds of families. The attention to history and to varied and diverse patterns, relationships and experiences by class, race and gender helps dispel students perception of the monolithic family.

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