The Changing Economy of the Family: Report of an Interdisciplinary Seminar, November 16, 1977, Washington, Part 3
Education and Community Services, American Council of Life Insurance, 1978 - Group decision-making - 33 pages
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Abridged version adult allocation American Council articulation become birth rates Census Changing Economy consuming units consumption continue coping cultural demographic dependent differentiation divorce rate economic security economist employing organizations employment empty nest exchange relationships family behavior family cycle family economic behavior family household formal commentaries Giele historical Home Economics housework important income increase increasingly individual industrial insecurity institution issues labor force Lewis Mandell live major mandatory retirement marriage married couple Marvin Sussman microeconomic monetary nineteenth century no-fault divorce nuclear family occupational opportunity cost parents participants particularly Paul Glick percent pluralism population predictive primary problems question recent role Rutgers University seminar sexes social class Social Research Social Security society socio-economic studies Talcott Parsons Tamara Hareven Toby traditional transfer trend types of families units University urban version of Prof Viviana Zelizer William Paynter women working-class families