A Category: Sociology Page: N. This is an important resource for students and professionals studying, and working in, the field of family studies within and across the disciplines of sociology, social policy, social work, health studies, education, and gender studies. Kurdek Comparison of Implication of the Justice and Care Perspectives for Theories of Remarriage and Stepparenting by Jean Giles-Sims Marital Quality and Marital Stability in Remarriage and Multiple Remarriages: A Test of Lewis and Spanier's Hypothesis by Kay Pasley and Eric Sandras Role Integration and Marital Adjustment in Stepfather Families by James H. I feel that this book is worthwhile reading and recommend it to colleagues, other professionals, and students interested in stepfamilies and their functioning. The role accorded childcare experts and the power of the 'psy complex' have, if anything, intensified. It offers new perspectives on the connections between Piaget and Vygotsky and now connects much more closely with discussions from the sociology of childhood and critical educational research.
This engaging and accessible text provides key resources to inform better professional practice in social work, education and health contexts. Relevant, focused and accessible, this book will provide students with an indispensible guide to the central concepts of family studies. Die Auseinandersetzung mit dieser Lektüre lohnt sich daher nicht nur für die Prüfungsvorbereitung im Bachelor- und Masterstudium. She is Professor Emeritus in the department of Sociology at Washington State University where she also served as Department Chair from 1988 until 1996. The database provides abstracts of journal articles and citations to book reviews drawn from over 1,800+ serials publications, and also provides abstracts of books, book chapters, dissertations, and conference papers.
Later chapters summarize research related to relationships within step-families and the development of new roles within step-families. I feel that this book is worthwhile reading and recommend it to colleagues, other professionals, and students interested in stepfamilies and their functioning. The contributors discuss a range of concerns and issues: theoretical concerns and present models useful to the study of stepparenting; research related to relationships within stepfamilies and the development of new roles within stepfamilies; and practical considerations related to family therapy, stepfamilies. The chapters are written by contributors with expertise in various fields related to stepparenting. It will be essential reading for anyone working with children, or concerned with policies around children and families.
The new edition includes an updated review of developments in psychological theory in attachment, evolutionary psychology, theory of mind, cultural-historical approaches , as well as updating and reflecting upon the changed focus on fathers and fathering. Each entry provides: Clear definitions Lucid accounts of key issues Up-to-date suggestions for further reading Informative cross-referencin. Early chapters treat theoretical concerns and present models useful to the study of step-parenting. Teresa Cooney of the University of Missouri , Columbia. Early chapters treat theoretical concerns and present models useful to the study of step-parenting.
In this completely revised and updated edition, Deconstructing Developmental Psychology interrogates the assumptions and practices surrounding the psychology of child development, providing a critical evaluation of the role and contribution of developmental psychology within social practice. It offers critical insights into the politics and procedures that have shaped developmental psychological knowledge. Boethel Adolescent Stepchild-Stepparent Relationships: Changes Over Time by Lawrence H. Mavis Hetherington Treating Stepfamilies: Alternatives to Traditional Family Therapy by Scott Browning The Interface Between Stepparent Families and Schools: Research, Theory, Policy, and Practice by Margaret Crosbie-Burnett Stepparents and the Law: A Nebulous Status and Need for Reform by Sarah H. Responsibility: edited by Kay Pasley and Marilyn Ihinger-Tallman. She has published two books and numerous articles on remarriage and stepparenting. I feel that this book is worthwhile reading and recommend it to colleagues, other professionals, and students interested in stepfamilies and their functioning.
It was also be of interest to students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels across a range of professional and practitioner groups, as well as parents and policy makers. In the decade since the first edition was published, there have been many major changes. Her most recent publication is Families in Context , an introductory textbook coauthored with Dr. The contributors discuss a range of concerns and issues: theoretical concerns and present models useful to the study of stepparenting; research related to relationships within stepfamilies and the development of new roles within stepfamilies; and practical considerations related to family therapy, stepfamilies and schools, and stepparenting and the law. Newman Former Spouse Relations and Noncustodial Father Involvement During Marital and Family Transitions: A Closer Look at Remarriage Following Divorce by Cheryl Buehler and Catherine Ryan Toward a Cognitive Dissonance Conceptualization of Stepchild-Biological Children Loyalty Conflicts: A Construct Validity Study by W.
Ganong and Marilyn Coleman Stepmothers and Their Adolescent Children: Adjustment to New Family Roles by Donna Quick, Patrick C. Abstract: Pasley and Ihinger-Tallman provide a critical analysis of the current literature on stepparenting and summarize the progress made in research, theory, and practice related to stepfamilies. How do actual lived childhoods connect with theories about child development? Ramsey Building Bridges: Reflections on Theory, Research, and Practice by Marilyn Ihinger-Tallman and Kay PasleyReferences Reviews The information in this volume respresents the most up-to-date thinking on the subject and provides much food for thought for researchers, academicians, and, to a lesser extent, clinicians who address the needs of stepfamilies. She has authored two books and numerous chapters on stepparenting, and her articles have appeared in journals such as Family Relations, the Journal of Adolescent Research, and the Journal of Marriage and the Family. Her research and writing have centered on remarriage, stepparenting, and sibling socialization.
. The chapters are written by contributors with expertise in various fields related to stepparenting. Ihinger-Tallman is collaborating with her husband, Professor Irving Tallman, on a book dealing with problem solving in the first years of marriage. The E-mail message field is required. It engages with the paradoxes of childhood in an era when young adults are increasingly economically dependent on their families, and in a political context of heightened insecurity.