Young Families in Transition: A Social-psychological Study of Young Families in Transition

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Transaction Publishers, Jan 1, 1973 - Political Science - 267 pages
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Contents

The Setting
1
Study Perspective
7
How the Families Were Studied
19
Social Characteristics of the Young Families
28
Early Functioning and Relationships
37
Social Class and Ethnic Patterns
54
Families of Origin and the Kin Network
68
The Unwed Mother
81
Family Deviance
180
Family Growth and Changes in Social Functioning
191
The Young Urban Family in the Context of Family Study
213
Two Case Studies
222
Family Functioning Interview Schedule
237
Sample Validation Study
247
Coding Scheme for Validity Testing of Family Functioning Data
252
HushandWife Agreement on Six Family Life Variahles
254

Interpersonal Relations
99
Planning and Happenstance
112
Attitudes and Behavior
124
Economic Practices
140
Relationships with the Community
158
Matrix of Pearsonian Correlations Among Total and Main Category Family Functioning Scores at Start of Project
255
Rotated Factor Matrix of Family Functioning Suhcategories
257
Variables in the Community Services Resources and Facilities Suhstudy
259
Index
261
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