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Stepfamilies

Graham Allan, Graham Crow, Sheila Hawker, Stepfamilies, Palgrave Macmillan, col. « Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Family and Intimate Life », 2013, 216 p., @ean : 9781137324085.
Anuncio publicado en 28 noviembre 2013

Presentación del editor

This book, now in paperback, is a major new study into one of the fastest growing family formations in the Western World - stepfamilies. Drawing on recent developments within the sociology of family life, it provides an analysis of the extent of family connection and solidarity within different stepfamily networks. In contrast to much research on stepfamilies, its focus is not only on issues of stepfamily organization within households when children are young. Rather it examines how stepfamily relationships develop and change across different life phases, in the process considering relationships across as well as within particular households. In this its approach is to focus on 'family as kinship' as much as 'family as household'. The analysis in the book is developed through a series of case studies of people's stepfamily experiences which are used to explore how the construction of family connection develops within different stepfamily relationships.

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Autors

Graham Allan

Graham Allan is Professor of Sociology at Keele University, UK.

Graham Crow

Graham Crow is Professor of Sociology and Methodology at the University of Edinburgh, UK.

Sheila Hawker

Sheila Hawker is a Qualitative Researcher who has worked on numerous projects concerned with families, older people, and end of life care. She is Co-Director of C&S Academic Services, a company specialising in qualitative social and health services research.

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