11 edition of Perspectives in marriage and the family found in the catalog.
|Statement||[compiled by] J. Ross Eshleman.|
|LC Classifications||HQ518 .E8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 770 p.|
|Number of Pages||770|
|LC Control Number||69013323|
1 day ago This book explores the question of family language policy in multilingual households. Presenting six case studies which focus on the experiences of parents and children in French-English bilingual contexts, the author draws conclusions about the impact of parental language management on the family as a whole which can be applied to transnational families from other linguistic backgrounds. MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY WITHIN THE CHURCH Already during Vatican Council II, the Pastoral Con-stitution Gaudium et spes placed marriage and the family at the forefront of the urgent issues of our age.1 Since the publication of the encyclical Humanae Vitae, the Synod on the family, and John Paul II’s rich teaching on this subject,2 the Church.
8: Family and Marriage (Gilliland) Last updated; Save as PDF Page ID ; No headers. Family and marriage may at first seem to be familiar topics. Families exist in all societies and they are part of what makes us human. However, societies around the world demonstrate tremendous variation in cultural understandings of family and marriage. Thoroughly revised and updated in this third edition, Perspectives on Marriage is a comprehensive and multidisciplinary anthology ideal for courses in the theology and spirituality of marriage. This edition features thirteen new articles and incorporates the best of contemporary perspectives on marriage and sexuality. The selections represent a wide range of approaches, from the historical and.
a thought-provoking book about God, marriage and family. e () describes the rite of marriage in the me of the Reforma on as follows: ‘Marriage was a covenantal associa on of the en re. Assumptions about the harmful nature of polygamy have left little room for debate, with monogamy coming to represent a hallmark of civil society, and polygamy the immoral alternative. Opponents have argued that polygamy is harmful to women, children, personal freedom, and even national values, and press for prosecution. Yet in this volume, eleven scholars ask whether this .
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The widespread use of Marriage and the Family has proved its value as a textbook covering biblical, sociological, and psychological perspectives on the family. Now this revised and updated edition brings a benchmark text into the twenty-first century with new material on family finances, economics, violence and abuse, premarital intimacy, human Cited by: 1.
Get this from a library. Marriage and family: perspectives and complexities. [Elizabeth Peters; Claire M Kamp Dush;] -- Family life has been radically transformed over the past three decades.
Half of all households are unmarried, while only a quarter of all married households have. Emotional Cutoff: Bowen Family Systems Theory Perspectives (Haworth Marriage and the Family) - Kindle edition by Titelman, Peter.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Emotional Cutoff: Bowen Family Systems Theory Perspectives (Haworth Marriage and the Family)/5(6). Marriage and family: perspectives and complexities.
New York: Columbia University Press. Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide) Peters, Elizabeth, and Claire M. Kamp Dush. Marriage and Family: Perspectives and Complexities. New York: Columbia University Press. Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide). Despite this diversity, several common themes run through marriage and family.
As Table illustrates, all societies use marriage and family to establish patterns of mate selection, descent, inheritance, and authority. Let’s look at these patterns. Marriage and Family in Global Perspective marriage a group’s approved mating. Book Description.
Intercultural Perspectives on Family Counseling expands cultural awareness in the practice of family counseling by offering cultural-specific perspectives for addressing common issues that emerge in dyadic, marital, and family relationships around the globe. The topics illuminated in the book serve to sharpen cultural mindfulness and expand the reader’s knowledge and.
Issued by the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve in"The Family: A Proclamation to the World" has instructed and inspired Latter-day Saints throughout the world, including many LDS scholars who seek to strengthen and defend marriages and families. GLOSSARY. Avunculocal: married individuals live with or near an uncle.
Bilateral descent: descent is recognized through both the father and the mother’s sides of the family. Bridewealth: payments made to the bride’s family by the groom’s family before marriage.
Clan: a group of people who have a general notion of common descent that is not attached to a specific biological ancestor. With respect to family and marriage, these concepts help us compare family systems across cultures.
KINSHIP AND DESCENT. Kinship. is the word used to describe culturally recognized ties between members of a family. Kinship includes the terms, or social statuses, used to define family members and the roles or expected behaviors.
The first edition of Perspectives was published in and is available in the archive. This book is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial International License. Family and Marriage. Mary Kay Gilliland, Central Arizona College.
Race. Thoroughly revised and updated in this third edition, Perspectives on Marriage is a comprehensive and multidisciplinary anthology ideal for courses in the theology and spirituality of marriage. This edition features thirteen new articles and incorporates the best of contemporary perspectives on marriage and sexuality/5(9).
Historical and Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Marriage, by Arland Thornton 2. Marriage and Family: The Evolutionary Ecological Context, by Bobbi S. Low 3. Gender Lens on Marriage, by Paula England 4. Institutional, Companionate, and Individualistic Marriage: A Social Psychological Perspective on Marital Change, by Paul R.
Amato Part II. Perspectives: An Open Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, 2nd Edition by Nina Brown, Thomas McIlwraith, Laura Tubelle de González is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial International License, except where otherwise noted.
Theoretical Perspectives on Marriage and Family. Sociologists study families on both the macro and micro level to determine how families function. Sociologists may use a variety of theoretical perspectives to explain events that occur within and outside of the family.
Functionalism. family: A group of people related by blood, marriage, law or custom. inheritance: The passing of title to an estate upon death. Conflict Perspective: A perspective in the social sciences that emphasizes the social, political or material inequality of a social group; critiques the broad socio-political system; or otherwise detracts from.
Family life has undergone revolutionary changes in Western society in the last sixty years, posing both theological and ethical challenges for the contemporary church. This book responds with wide-ranging essays on sexuality, marriage, family life, singleness, same-sex relationships, violence against women, anthropology, gender, and culture.
Greg Smalley, a general marriage expert, and Robert Paul, the therapeutic director of a program that resuscitates nearly dead marriages, bring an unusual but powerful combination of perspectives that restore hope and healing in any marriage.
I begin with cross-cultural perspectives and a discussion of some of the many features of marriage and family life that have been nearly universal. I then share my awe at the incredible number of different ways in which people in different societies have organized and experienced marriage and family life.
ADVERTISEMENTS: Five perspectives to study family are as follows: 1. Functionalist Perspective 2. Conflict Perspective 3. Exchange Perspective 4. Inter-actionist Perspective 5. Feminist Perspective.
There are various perspectives to study family—functionalist, conflict, exchange, inter-actionist and feminist. ADVERTISEMENTS: We shall in the following paragraphs analyse family from these. Discover the eternal perspectives and principles that can help couples overcome communication gaps and develop stronger, happier marriages.
Author Douglas Brinley explains that although communication is important, it is through gospel principles that true solutions may be found. Perspectives on Family Ministry is what the title promises.
Each of the authors presents a different view on age segregation (or lack of) in ministry and worship. Overall I found the book to be a slight disappointment.
Nevertheless, I gave Perspectives three stars for discussing a topic that is far too neglected in Evangelical churches/5(24).Each semester I like it better. Wile difficult for the younger student, Perspectives allows the serious student to stretch his/her thinking on marriage in the Christian framework.
This book is a must read by any Marriage and Family teacher at a Catholic college. As I have sought to demonstrate at some length in my book God, Marriage, and the Family: Rebuilding the Biblical Foundation, marriage and the family are institutions under siege today, and only a return to the biblical foundation of these God-given institutions will reverse the decline of marriage and the family in our culture today.