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The Resource The family experience : a reader in cultural diversity, [edited by] Mark Hutter

The family experience : a reader in cultural diversity, [edited by] Mark Hutter

Label
The family experience : a reader in cultural diversity
Title
The family experience
Title remainder
a reader in cultural diversity
Statement of responsibility
[edited by] Mark Hutter
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
306.85/0973
Index
no index present
LC call number
  • HQ536
  • HQ536
LC item number
  • .F3655 2004
  • .F3655 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
The family experience : a reader in cultural diversity, [edited by] Mark Hutter
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • I. Multicultural perspectives. Chapter 1. The changing family : history and politics. Where are the good old days? / Stephanie Coontz -- Immigrant families in the city / Mark Hutter -- Interpreting the African heritage in Afro-American family organization / Niara Sudarkasa -- Family decline in America / David Popenoe. Chapter 2. The family, kinship, and the community. The female world of cards and holidays : women, families, and the work of kinship / Micaela di Leonardo -- Mexican American women grassroots community activists : "mothers of East Los Angeles" / Mary Pardo -- Household structure and family ideologies : the dynamics of immigrant economic adaptation among Vietnamese refugees / Nazli Kibria. II. Gender relations : inequality, sexuality, and intimacy. Chapter 3. Premarital and mate selection relationships. Fraternities and college rape culture : why are some fraternities more dangerous places for women? / A. Ayres Boswell and Joan Z. Spade -- Two can make a revolution / Egon Mayer -- One style of Dominican bridal shower / Adele Bahn and Angela Jaquez. Chapter 4. Sexuality, intimacy, and the family. The feminization of love / Francesca M. Cancian -- Is "straight" to "gay" as "family" is to "no family"? / Kath Weston. Chapter 5. Gender roles, work, and the family. There's no place like work / Arlie Russell Hochschild -- Korean immigrant women's challenge to gender inequality at home : the interplay of economic resources, gender, and family / In-Sook Lim -- Gender, class, family, and migration : Puerto Rican women in Chicago / Maura I. Toro-Morn
  • III. Generational relationships. Chapter 6. Patterns of parenthood, childhood, and adolescence. Shifting the center : race, class, and feminist theorizing about motherhood / Patricia Hill Collins -- Black teenage mothers and their mothers : the impact of adolescent childbearing on daughters' relations with mothers / Elaine Bell Kaplan -- Nonfamily living in context : households, the life course, and family values / Frances K. Goldscheider and Calvin Goldscheider. Chapter 7. The family and the elderly. To be old and Asian : an unsettling life in America / Florentius Chan -- Intimate strangers : the elderly and homecare worker relationships / Mark Hutter. IV. Families in crisis and change. Chapter 8. Family stress, crisis, and violence. The victimized self : the case of battered women / John M. Johnson and Kathleen J. Ferraro -- Ten myths that perpetuate corporal punishment / Murray A. Straus -- Karla and the Armstrongs : two oral histories of homeless American families / Steven Vanderstaay. Chapter 9. Divorce, remarriage, and the future of the family. The social self as gendered : a masculinist discourse of divorce / Terry Arendell -- Life-span adjustment of children to their parents' divorce / Paul R. Amato -- Stepfamilies in the United States : a reconsideration / Andrew J. Cherlin and Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr. -- Families in time to come : taking a position on trends and issues / Marvin B. Sussman
Control code
41131749
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
3rd ed
Extent
xv, 399 p.
Isbn
9780205305476
Lccn
99026253
Other physical details
ill.
Label
The family experience : a reader in cultural diversity, [edited by] Mark Hutter
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • I. Multicultural perspectives. Chapter 1. The changing family : history and politics. Where are the good old days? / Stephanie Coontz -- Immigrant families in the city / Mark Hutter -- Interpreting the African heritage in Afro-American family organization / Niara Sudarkasa -- Family decline in America / David Popenoe. Chapter 2. The family, kinship, and the community. The female world of cards and holidays : women, families, and the work of kinship / Micaela di Leonardo -- Mexican American women grassroots community activists : "mothers of East Los Angeles" / Mary Pardo -- Household structure and family ideologies : the dynamics of immigrant economic adaptation among Vietnamese refugees / Nazli Kibria. II. Gender relations : inequality, sexuality, and intimacy. Chapter 3. Premarital and mate selection relationships. Fraternities and college rape culture : why are some fraternities more dangerous places for women? / A. Ayres Boswell and Joan Z. Spade -- Two can make a revolution / Egon Mayer -- One style of Dominican bridal shower / Adele Bahn and Angela Jaquez. Chapter 4. Sexuality, intimacy, and the family. The feminization of love / Francesca M. Cancian -- Is "straight" to "gay" as "family" is to "no family"? / Kath Weston. Chapter 5. Gender roles, work, and the family. There's no place like work / Arlie Russell Hochschild -- Korean immigrant women's challenge to gender inequality at home : the interplay of economic resources, gender, and family / In-Sook Lim -- Gender, class, family, and migration : Puerto Rican women in Chicago / Maura I. Toro-Morn
  • III. Generational relationships. Chapter 6. Patterns of parenthood, childhood, and adolescence. Shifting the center : race, class, and feminist theorizing about motherhood / Patricia Hill Collins -- Black teenage mothers and their mothers : the impact of adolescent childbearing on daughters' relations with mothers / Elaine Bell Kaplan -- Nonfamily living in context : households, the life course, and family values / Frances K. Goldscheider and Calvin Goldscheider. Chapter 7. The family and the elderly. To be old and Asian : an unsettling life in America / Florentius Chan -- Intimate strangers : the elderly and homecare worker relationships / Mark Hutter. IV. Families in crisis and change. Chapter 8. Family stress, crisis, and violence. The victimized self : the case of battered women / John M. Johnson and Kathleen J. Ferraro -- Ten myths that perpetuate corporal punishment / Murray A. Straus -- Karla and the Armstrongs : two oral histories of homeless American families / Steven Vanderstaay. Chapter 9. Divorce, remarriage, and the future of the family. The social self as gendered : a masculinist discourse of divorce / Terry Arendell -- Life-span adjustment of children to their parents' divorce / Paul R. Amato -- Stepfamilies in the United States : a reconsideration / Andrew J. Cherlin and Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr. -- Families in time to come : taking a position on trends and issues / Marvin B. Sussman
Control code
41131749
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
3rd ed
Extent
xv, 399 p.
Isbn
9780205305476
Lccn
99026253
Other physical details
ill.

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