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Editors: Jennifer K. Quinn and Irwin G. Zambini
Book Description:
This new book presents the latest analyses on family relations which is a cross-disciplinary field involving psychology, sociology, philosophy, education, and comparative cultural issues. The 21st century has brought the family unit under tremendous stress with the advent of the internet, cell phones and a steep drop in morality.

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Table of Contents:

Chapter 1 - Transition to Parenthood in the Life Course; pp. 1-20
(Yve Stobel Richter, Ute Kraus, Hendrik Berth, Department of Medical Psychology and Medical Sociology)

Chapter 2 - Resilience in Reconstituted Families; pp. 21-37
(Abraham P. Greeff, Stellenbosch University, South Africa, Alons Vansteenwegen, Inge Smets, Catholic University Liuvain, Belgium)

Chapter 3 - The Relationship Between Maternal and Child Mental Health: Implications for Practice and Policy; pp. 39-56
(Carrie W. Rishel, Division of Social Work, West Virginia University)

Chapter 4 - Mental Health Profile of Sexual Violence Perpetrators Among University Students in Hong Kong; pp. 57-70
(Ko Ling Chan, University of Hong Kong, Douglas A. Brownridge, Department of Family Social Sciences, W.C. Leung, Kwong Wah Hospital, University of Hong Kong)

Chapter 5 - Intra-Familial Sexual Abuse (Incest) Among Korean Adolescents; pp. 71-86
(Kim Hyun Sil, Daegu Haany University, South Korea, Kim Hun Soo, University of Ulsan School of Medicine, South Korea)

Chapter 6 - Coping Resources and Adjustment to Divorce among Women: An Ecological Model; pp. 87-109
(Liat Kulik, School of Social Work, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Etti Haine Cohen, Social Work, Department of Welfare, Ashdod)

Chapter 7 - A Possible Neuroscience Approach to some Health Benefits Related to Religion; pp. 111-123
(Angelica Rosat Consiglio, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Instituto de Biociencias, Brazil)

Chapter 8 - African American Families in a Frontier Agricultural Community of the Lower South: Reputation and Respectability in Narrative Representations of Economics Livelihood; pp. 125-149
(Keith V. Bletzer, School of Human Evolution and Social Change, Arizona State University, Arizona)

Chapter 9 - A Qualitative Study of How the Black Church Influences Parents; pp. 151-167
(Cassandra Chaney, Loren D. Marks, Louisiana State University, Diane D. Sasser, LSU AgCenter and Cooperative Extension)

Chapter 10 - The 'Family Club' in Junior Sport: A Case Study Analysis; pp. 170-185
(Martin Toms, University of Birmingham, David Kirk, Leeds Metropolitan University, Birgitta Juntumaa, Helsinki University)

Chapter 11 - Relations Between Perceived Partner and Parental Acceptance, Behavioral Control, and Psychological Adjustment Among Heterosexual Adult Women in the U.S.; pp. 187-197
(Ronald P. Rohner, Abdul Khaleque, University of Connecticut)

Index pp.199-215

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2008
   Pages: 215.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-60456-092-3
   Status: AV
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