Statistical Handbook on the American Family, 2nd Edition (inbunden)
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Statistical Handbook on the American Family, 2nd Edition (inbunden)

Statistical Handbook on the American Family, 2nd Edition

Second Edition

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This bestselling title has been extensively revised and updated to provide an accurate statistical portrait of the American family as it exists today. Data collected from federal and state government agencies, Gallup polls, professional journals, and research are presented in a single, easily accessible format. Nearly 350 graphs, charts, and figures are provided. The second edition reflects the changing demographics of the American family. Among the issues receiving new or expanded coverage are the amount of time husbands spend doing household tasks, the concept of equal pay for equal work, parents' interaction with children, child abuse, household income, and fathers' participation in child care.
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BRUCE A. CHADWICK, Ph.D., is professor of sociology at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, where he has served as department chairperson, director of the Family Studies Program, and director of the Center for Studies of the Family. He is a recipient of the Karl G. Maeser Research Award in recognition of his distinguished research career. Chadwick is the author of several books and numerous articles on many sociological, topics including the family. Chadwick received his bachelors, masters, and Ph.D. degrees in sociology from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. TIM B. HEATON, Ph.D., is an associate professor of sociology, Center for Studies of the Family, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. He has coauthored a number of books and articles on cultural and societal demographics.


Tables and Figures Preface List of Abbreviations Marriage Trends Maritial Status Attitudes Quality of Marriage and Family Life Maritial and Family Satisfaction Family Roles and Division of Labor Marital and Family Conflict Divorce and Separation Trends Aspects of Marriage Before and After Separation Attitudes Child Support Children Childbearing and Adoption Interaction with Children Children's Problem Behaviors and Disagreement Children of Divorce and Separation Physical Punishment and Child Abuse Sexual Attitudes and Behaviors and Contraceptive Use Sexual Experience Attitudes Toward Premarital Sex and Other Sexual Issues Contraceptive Use and Abortion Involuntary Intercourse and Rape Living Arrangements and Kinship Ties Living Arrangements Cohabitation Kinship Elderly Families Working Women, Wives, and Mothers Working Women Demographic and Economic Context Demographic Structure Income Poverty and Public Assistance Home Ownership and Consumer Patterns Health Insurance Child Care Sources of Child Care Father's Participation in Child Care List of Sources Index