Joseph Featherstone quotes

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Nostalgia is one of the great enemies of clear thinking about the family. The disruption of families in the nineteenth century thr ...
The ideal of the self-sufficient American family is a myth, dangerous because most families, especially affluent families, do in f ...
The family remains the main school in which the young learn about sex roles, for better and for worse. If a wider range of roles i ...
One theme links together these new proposals for family policy--the idea that the family is exceedingly durable. Changes in struct ...
The country is fed up with children and their problems. For the first time in history, the differences in outlook between people r ...
Whatever else American thinkers do, they psychologize, often brilliantly. The trouble is that psychology only takes us so far. The ...
Our conversation begins to look like the last scene in Eugene O'Neill's great family drama, Long Day's Journey Into the [sic] Nigh ...
The cohort that made up the population boom is now grown up; many are in fact middle- aged. They are one reason for the enormous c ...
Families suffered badly under industrialization, but they survived, and the lives of men, women, and children improved. Children, ...
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