5 edition of The war over the family found in the catalog.
|Statement||Brigitte and Peter L. Berger.|
|Contributions||Berger, Peter L. 1929-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||270|
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This is a great book about great ideas and Popenoe's outstanding leadership on arguably the most important issue of our time." —Don Browning, University of Chicago, and author of Marriage and ModernizationCited by: The Bergers are neoconservative sociologists in good standing who, as ex-liberals and adepts of intellectual politics, know just what ""the war over the family"" is all about; their defense of the ""father-mother-child"" bourgeois family may not win any converts, but it's ideologically assured and (as always with the Bergers) fiercely, often scathingly argued.
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The War Over the Family: Capturing the Middle Ground In this book, considered one of the most important works on the sociology of knowledge written in the twentieth century, the authors make a case for humanistic sociology that views human reality as socially constructed. They propose that sociological knowledge can best be achieved through.
THE war over the family has been a disheartening part of American politics for decades. Conservatives saw growing numbers of children born outside of marriage and thought the family as they knew.
Over time and with great diligence, promoters of sexual license, gender ideology, and the redefinition of marriage have radically changed the way we think of matrimony and family.
Most no longer understand that basic truth that in its essence, marriage is one man and one woman in an indissoluble, exclusive, and fruitful union. After the War is Over is Robson's follow-up to the excellent Somewhere in France.
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The news that the war was over in Europe quickly spread around the world, and people of the British Empire and the Allied countries wanted to celebrate the defeat of Nazi Germany. In the United States of America, the victory was tempered with the recent death of President Roosevelt, who had led his country through the war years.
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Berger / Brigitte Berger 出版社: Doubleday 副标题: Capturing the Middle Ground 出版年: 定价: USD 装帧: Paperback ISBN: WAR OVER THE FAMILY. David Holloway takes a further look at the BSR report 'Something to Celebrate' The distinguished sociologist Brigitte Berger claims that there is a "war over the family".
The family, indeed, has been under attack for some time. David Cooper, an associate of R.D. Laing, the psychiatrist, wrote in