The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Family Studies presents a comprehensive, interdisciplinary collection of the key concepts, trends, and processes relating to the study of families and family patterns throughout the world.
- Offers more than 550 entries arranged A-Z
- Includes contributions from hundreds of family scholars in various academic disciplines from around the world
- Covers issues ranging from changing birth rates, fertility, and an aging world population to human trafficking, homelessness, famine, and genocide
- Features entries that approach families, households, and kin networks from a macro-level and micro-level perspective
- Covers basic demographic concepts and long-term trends across various nations, the impact of globalization on families, global family problems, and many more
- Features in-depth examinations of families in numerous nations in several world regions
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