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Doing the Best I Can: Fatherhood in the Inner City

Kathryn Edin, Timothy J. Nelson - Social Science - 2013 - 294 pages
Across the political spectrum, unwed fatherhood is denounced as one of the leading social problems of today. Doing the Best I Can is a strikingly rich, paradigm-shifting look ...
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Working-Class Heroes: Protecting Home, Community, and Nation in a Chicago ...

Maria Kefalas - Social Science - 2003 - 217 pages
Chicago's Southwest Side is one of the last remaining footholds for the city's white working class, a little-studied and little-understood segment of the American population ...
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Coming of Age in America: The Transition to Adulthood in the Twenty-First ...

Mary C. Waters, Patrick Joseph Carr, Maria Kefalas, Jennifer Ann Holdaway - Social Science - 2011 - 256 pages
What is it like to become an adult in twenty-first-century America? This book takes us to four very different places—New York City, San Diego, rural Iowa, and Saint Paul ...
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The Changing Roles of Men and Women

Edmund Dahlström - Women - 1967 - 208 pages
Based on Kvinaors liv och arbete,by M.B.Üste,R.Liljestr&5om and B.-M.Bysted..StockholdmStudieförbundet Näringsliv och Samhälle,1962.
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It's Not Like I'm Poor: How Working Families Make Ends Meet in a Post ...

Sarah Halpern-Meekin, Kathryn Edin, Laura Tach, Jennifer Sykes - Social Science - 2015 - 304 pages
The world of welfare has changed radically. As the poor trade welfare checks for low-wage jobs, their low earnings qualify them for a hefty check come tax time—a combination ...
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Marriage and Family: Perspectives and Complexities

Elizabeth Peters, Claire M. Kamp Dush - Social Science - 2009 - 414 pages
Family life has been radically transformed over the past three decades. Half of all households are unmarried, while only a quarter of all married households have kids. A third ...
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