Family continuity and change
|Title||Family continuity and change|
|Year of Publication||2017|
|Series Editor||Widmer, E, Cesnuityté, V, Lück, D|
|Place Published||London, United Kingdom|
|Keywords||Family change, life course|
The goal of this book is to present a variety of empirical research on continuity and family change within the European space, with respect to three dimensions: family understanding or theorizing, family transitions across its individual life course, and family practices. Researchers from nine European countries investigate families, their conceptualization, transitions, and practices between persisting needs and flowing circumstances, between holding on to traditional routines and adapting to a fast-changing socioeconomic environment, and between individual agency and social constraints.