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Family policy : government and families in fourteen countries / Sheila B. Kamerman and Alfred J. Kahn, editors.

; Kamerman, Sheila B ; Kahn, Alfred J., 1919-2009 ; Carnegie Corporation of New York ; United States. Office of Child Development ; United States. Social and Rehabilitation Service
New York : Columbia University Press, 1978.
ISBN 023104464X

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Other Authors Kahn, Alfred J., 1919-2009.
Kamerman, Sheila B.
United States. Office of Child Development.
United States. Social and Rehabilitation Service.
Carnegie Corporation of New York.
Subjects Familienpolitik.
Family policy -- Congresses.
Family policy.
Internationaler Vergleich.
Politique familiale.
Description ix, 522 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1978.
Notes Papers presented at the International Working Party on Family Policy, held at Arden House, Columbia University, Harriman, N.Y., April 17-21, 1977; sponsored by the Carnegie Corporation, the Office of Child Development (HEW), and the Social and Rehabilitation Service (HEW).
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Families and the idea of family policy -- part 1. Explicit and comprehensive family policy: Sweden / Rita Liljeström -- Norway / Hildur Ve Henriksen and Harriet Holter -- Hungary / Zsuzsa Ferge -- Czechoslovakia / Walter Vergeiner -- France / Nicole Questiaux and Jacques Fournier -- part 2. Family policy as a field: Austria / Edith Krebs and Margarete Schwarz -- The Federal Republic of Germany / Friedhelm Neidhardt -- Poland / Magdalena Sokołowska -- Finland / Jarl Lindgren -- Denmark / Jacob Vedel-Petersen -- part 3. Implicit and reluctant family policy: United Kingdom / Hilary Land and Roy Parker -- Canada / Andrew Armitage -- Israel / Marjorie Honig and Nira Shamai -- The United States.
Genre Conference proceedings.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4003605
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