Family, marriage, and the struggle of the sexes.


New York, Macmillan [1972] .

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Subjects Families.
Feminism.
Husband and wife.
Marriage.
Sex role.
Series Recent sociology no. 4.
Description 350 p. 18 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographies.
Contents Levy, M. J. Some hypotheses about the family.--Nissen, I. The role of the sexual constellation.--Collins, R. A conflict theory of sexual stratification.--Baum, M. Love, marriage, and the division of labor.--LeMasters, E. E. The passing of the dominant husband-father.--Gillespie, D. L. Who has the power? The marital struggle.--Holter, H. Sex roles and social change.--Israel, J. and Eliasson, R. Consumption society, sex roles, and sexual behavior.--Freeman, J. The women's liberation movement: its origins, structures, and ideas.--MagasĖŒ, B. Sex politics: class politics.--O'Neill, J. On body politics.--Berger, B. M., Hackett, B. M., and Millar, R. M. Child-rearing practices in the communal family.--Schlesinger, B. Family life in the kibbutz of Israel: utopia gained or paradise lost?--Roy, R. and Roy, D. Is monogamy outdated?
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00640274
(OCoLC)640274
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