Men in families
Sage Publications, Dec 1, 1985 - Family & Relationships - 288 pages
How are men adapting to the changing role of women in modern society? Are they becoming more involved in family life? Men in Families answers these contemporary questions. A comprehensive, multidisciplinary survey of current studies of the roles men play in contemporary families, this book will have a wide appeal.
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PARTI MEN AS HUSBANDS
Why Some Men Do Not Marry
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adult American Appalachian males attitudes behavior Beverly Hills Black families Black fathers Buunk Census changes child development child-free community at large conflict correlation custody daughters depression Developmental Psychology differences divorce economic effects ethnic expected extramarital factors Family Coordinator family roles father-daughter fatherhood feelings female findings friendships Frodi gender Gove grandchildren grandfathers grandmothers grandparents groups household tasks identity important increased paternal involvement indicated influence interac interaction interviews jealous jealousy Journal of Marriage less traditional living loneliness M. E. Lamb major married masculine mates mean men's studies Mick Coleman mothers North Georgia Mountain nurturance older husbands parent-child relationship participation partners perceived perceptions person Pleck Purdue University Radin reported retirement community sample satisfaction scale scores sex roles sex-role sexual share significant single fathers social class social network Social Psychology society spouses Table University values variables wife wives woman women York