Brave New Families: Stories of Domestic Upheaval in Late-twentieth-century America
Sociologist Judith Stacey has added a new preface to her classic study of how the traditional nuclear family has been supplanted by a variety of new relationships that are not defined by blood ties and traditional gender roles. "A courageous and optimistic exploration of the new frontiers of the American family".--Jonathan Kirsch, LOS ANGELES TIMES.
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