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  1. The Family on the Threshold of the 21st Century

    Trends and Implications

    Edited by Solly Dreman

    Is there life for the family in the 21st century? Pessimists view the traditional two-parent nuclear family as a relic of the past, attributing their gloomy outlook to increased demands from the workplace, rampant technological advancement, and the pursuit of personal achievement at the expense of...

    Published July 1st 1997 by Psychology Press

  2. Immigration and the Family

    Research and Policy on U.s. Immigrants

    Edited by Alan Booth, Ann C. Crouter, Nancy Landale, Nancy S. Landale

    Series: Penn State University Family Issues Symposia Series

    This book documents the third in a series of annual symposia on family issues--the National Symposium on International Migration and Family Change: The Experience of U.S. Immigrants--held at Pennsylvania State University. Although most existing literature on migration focuses solely on the origin...

    Published January 1st 1997 by Routledge

  3. Meta-Emotion

    How Families Communicate Emotionally

    By John Mordechai Gottman, Lynn Fainsilber Katz, Carole Hooven

    This book describes research on the emotional communication between parents and children and its effect on the children's emotional development. Inspired by the work, and dedicated to the memory of Dr. Haim Ginott, it presents the results of initial exploratory work with meta-emotion--feelings...

    Published January 1st 1997 by Routledge

  4. Images of Childhood

    Edited by C. Philip Hwang, Michael E. Lamb, Irving E. Sigel

    The twentieth century will surely be remembered as a period of remarkable calamity, vigorous intellectual activity, and striking technological progress. For the first time in history, the development of rapid forms of communication and transportation shrunk the effective size of the world so that...

    Published June 1st 1996 by Psychology Press

  5. Stress, Coping, and Resiliency in Children and Families

    Edited by E. Mavis Hetherington, Elaine A. Blechman

    Series: Advances in Family Research Series

    Concern with stress and coping has a long history in biomedical, psychological and sociological research. The inadequacy of simplistic models linking stressful life events and adverse physical and psychological outcomes was pointed out in the early 1980s in a series of seminal papers and books. The...

    Published June 1st 1996 by Psychology Press

  6. Family-School Links

    How Do They Affect Educational Outcomes?

    Edited by Alan Booth, Judith F. Dunn

    Series: Penn State University Family Issues Symposia Series

    Based on the presentations and discussions from a national symposium on family-school links held at the Pennsylvania State University, this volume brings together psychologists, sociologists, educators, and policymakers studying the bidirectional effects between schools and families. This topic --...

    Published April 1st 1996 by Routledge

  7. Sibling Loss

    By Joanna H. Fanos

    Despite the rise of clinical interest in posttraumatic stress disorder and traumatic stress in children, there has been little attention paid to the impact of sibling death as a traumatic event. Although there is much evidence that children suffer long-lasting consequences of such trauma as divorce...

    Published April 1st 1996 by Psychology Press

  8. Introducing User-Friendly Family Therapy

    By Sigurd Reimers, Andy Treacher

    All too often the experience of users of family therapy is neglected in the theory and practice of family therapy as well as in the literature itself. In Introducing User-Friendly Family Therapy the authors describe in detail how the results of an action research project helped the professionals...

    Published December 8th 1994 by Routledge

  9. An Ecological Approach To the Study of Child Care

    Family Day Care in Israel

    By Miriam K. Rosenthal

    A new type of childhood is experienced these days by many children in industrial societies that provide child care services. The studies summarized in this book stem from a conceptual model based on an ecological approach to the study of development. The family day care system in Israel is...

    Published November 1st 1994 by Routledge

  10. Stepfamilies

    Who Benefits? Who Does Not?

    Edited by Alan Booth, Judy Dunn, Judith F. Dunn

    Series: Penn State University Family Issues Symposia Series

    Stepfamilies represent an increasing number of American households and shape the upbringing of countless stepchildren. Despite their prominence in society, our knowledge about these families is very limited. To address this deficit, the editors have drawn together the work of 16 nationally known...

    Published November 1st 1994 by Routledge