Changing Images of the Family
Virginia Tufte, Barbara G. Myerhoff
Yale University Press, 1979 - Families - 403 pages
Focusing on the family in today's society, this book makes some major statements on a subject of mounting concern and controversy. From the perspectives of history, the arts, the social sciences, and law, it deals comprehensively with a wide range of topics, including the family in early America, the representative images created by artists and by the mass media, the contemporary American family from ethnic minority perspectives, and the responsibilities of law and politics.
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