Close Relations: An Introduction to the Sociology of Families (6th Edition) – PDF

eBook Details

  • Authors: Susan A. McDaniel, Lorne Tepperman, Sandra Colavecchia
  • File Size: 14 MB
  • Format: PDF
  • Length: 496 Pages
  • Publisher: Pearson Canada; 6th edition
  • Publication Date: February 20, 2018
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B07R8J6XHT
  • ISBN-10: 0134652290, 0134830636
  • ISBN-13: 9780134652290, 9780134830636

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About The Author

Lorne Tepperman

Lorne Tepperman

Dr. Lorne Tepperman is a researcher who focuses on families and health-related family issues, as well as deviance and social control. Since 1970, he has taught sociology at the University of Toronto, where he also served as chair from 1997 to 2003 and as Director of the Health Studies Program from 2005 to 2007. He has mostly focused on authoring textbooks for undergraduates studying family, social inequality, social problems, deviance, and other sociological topics in recent years.

Tepperman's purpose is to make sociological literature as accessible as possible while staying away from oversimplification. He has also authored books for the general public on social inequity, compulsive gambling, and sociology's historic goals for similar reasons.

Sandra Colavecchia

Susan A. McDaniel

Close Relations: An Introduction to the Sociology of Families, 6th Edition, (PDF) is a Canadian ebook, rooted in sociological analysis from round the globe, exhibiting issues of the twenty-first century. It continues to embody the most necessary subjects in the household literature and, as earlier than, concludes with a peek at the future of households. Explore the Canadian Family. Readers have consented to our technique, which is to stress household processes over construction, range over uniformity, and actuality over fable. TABLE OF CONTENTS Ch 1 Families and Family-Like Relationships: Definitions, Theories, and Research Ch 2 Historical Perspectives on Canadian Families: Demographic, Social, and Economic Origins and Trends Ch 3 How Families Begin: Dating and Mating Ch 4 Types of Intimate Couples: Marriage, Cohabitation, Same-Sex Relationships, and Other Forms Ch 5 Happy and Healthy Relationships Ch 6 Parenting: Childbearing, Socialization, and Parenting Challenges Ch 7 Work and Family Life Ch 8 Stress and Violence: Realities of Family Life Ch 9 Divorce and Ending Relationships: Trends, Myths, Children, and Ex-Spouses Ch 10 Family Transitions and Diversity: Second Families, Empty Nests, Cluttered Nests, and New Kinds of Families Ch 11 A Glimpse into the Future: Where Do Families Go from Here?

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