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Family and kinship in Europe

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Published by Pinter in London, Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe.
    • Subjects:
    • Family -- Europe,
    • Parenthood

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Marianne Gullestad and Martine Segalen.
      SeriesSocial change in Western Europe
      ContributionsGullestad, Marianne., Segalen, Martine.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ612 .F3414 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 239 p. :
      Number of Pages239
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1009894M
      ISBN 101855674769, 1855674777
      LC Control Number96049948

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About this book Introduction Instead of seeing the family as a 'monolithic' entity, as though separate from its surroundings, this new approach draws attention to assemblages of various types that in different constellations and through different transactions relate people to each other as families and :// Differing trends in Europe / Herve Le Bras Family and kinship in Italy / Marzio Barbagli The missing link: family memory and identity in Germany / Franz Schultheis Family, kinship and residence in urban Catalonia: the modernity of 'Pairalism' / Joan Bestard Camps and Jesus Contreras Hernandez Family and Kinship in Europe by Marianne Gullestad, Martine Segalen.

Paperback $ Ship This in order for the continuity of the family to be assured. This book declines to accept predictions made, on the basis of a common population projection, that European family life Instead of seeing the family as a 'monolithic' entity, as though separate from its surroundings, this new approach draws attention to assemblages of various types that in different constellations and through different transactions relate people to each other as families and :// Family, kinship and state in contemporary Europe: a brief overview of the three-volume series / Patrick Heady --Introduction: The reshaping of family and kin relations in European welfare systems / Hannes Grandits --Welfare as a moral obligation: changing patterns of family support in Italy and the Mediterranean / Pier Paolo Viazzo and   The book Family, Kinship and State in Contemporary Europe, Vol.

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What meaning did human kinship possess in a world regulated by biblical time, committed to the primacy of spiritual relationships, and bound by the sinews of divine love. In the process of exploring that question, this book offers a searching re-examination of kinship in Europe between late Roman times and the high Middle Ages, the period bridging Europe’s primitive past and its modern ://   Conflict, Bargaining, and Kinship Networks in Medieval Eastern Europe takes the familiar view of Eastern Europe, families, and conflicts and stands it on its head.

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