4 edition of Families in Context found in the catalog.
|Statement||Oxford University Press, USA|
|Publishers||Oxford University Press, USA|
|LC Classifications||December 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
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Although not publicized back then, alcoholism and violence in families were common. Arvonne Fraser is a Senior Fellow at the Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota. This book offers a broader, richer picture of the first Christian families by drawing together research by experts ranging from archaeologists to ancient historians.
For the first time, the U. Families in context 2nd ed. Despite the absence of a father, this type of family arrangement seems to have worked well for the Nayar Fuller, 1976. Qualitative data were collected from a nonrandom sample of 57 African- European- Mexican- and Vietnamese-American gay males, ages 18 to 24.
Historically exogamy has helped strengthen alliances among villages or even whole nations, when we think of the royalty of Europe, but it can also lead to difficulties. Will women give up control inside the household? Infathers and mothers share authority equally. Because men were more involved than women in herding, they acquired more authority in the family, and the family became more patriarchal than previously Quale, 1992.
Twenty-one years later this same cohort of Families in Context now 55-64 years old were represented in almost the same proportion, 42. Another way in which families differ is in their patterns of authority. Scientific research raises issues, e. Their daughters were often employed before their marriage and until they had children. households fit that old definition of the "normal" family. If the family is to be a Families in Context component in society, as it must be for society to survive, we need to understand anew what family is and what it is becoming.
An exploration of personal and professional experiences and the lenses through which we view families as well as challenges to traditional family concepts will be considered. It is in the family, after all, that most of us will experience the holiness of others and attain holiness ourselves.