The Reconstituted Family: A Study of Remarried Couples and Their Children

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Nelson-Hall, Jan 1, 1975 - Family & Relationships - 181 pages
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This study of remarried men and women who have children from previous marriages arose out of personal interest and experience. Not every facet can be covered in any one study. I have tried to deal with what I consider to be the most important aspects of the reconstituted family. Some of the information came from people I interviewed; some came from insights I gained beyond the answers to my straightforward questions. Information also came from my own life experience and from informal observations. I have tried to put the information from these sources together in a coherent manner as to present a picture of how remarried people and their children constitute (or fail to constitute) a family.

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