A Changing Marriage

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ISBN: 9780758281357
Release Date: 2014-02-25
Number of pages: 336
Author: Susan Kietzman
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.

Download and read online A Changing Marriage in PDF and EPUB In this poignant and insightful new novel, the acclaimed author of The Good Life delves beneath the shimmering surface of one couple's evolving marriage. . . Karen Spears and Bob Parsons meet in college and embark upon the kind of enviable, picture-perfect relationship featured in romantic movies. Bob is ambitious and adoring; Karen is bright and beautiful. And nothing seems more natural to them than getting married right after Karen's graduation. Newlywed life meets all of Karen's expectations. Bob's career is soaring and Karen has a fulfilling job of her own—one that's put on hold when she becomes pregnant. But their caring partnership begins to slip away as Bob's single-minded pursuit of the next promotion blinds him to how overwhelmed Karen feels as a stay-at-home mom. When resentment and disenchantment build on both sides, Karen finds herself at a crossroads. What happens when reality erodes your ideal relationship? How do you know when to stay and when to go? And how much can any marriage endure before it becomes just another statistic? Profoundly honest and revealing, A Changing Marriage is a vivid portrait of relationships at their most intricate—and most familiar. Praise for Susan Kietzman's The Good Life "Kietzman's well crafted characterizations give the narrative its depth. . ..Readers will find themselves drawn into the tragedies and triumphs of this fictional family—distinct and yet utterly relatable." --Hartford Books Examiner

Marriage and Family in a Changing Society

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ISBN: 9780029144763
Release Date: 1992-01
Number of pages: 161
Author: James M. Henslin
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

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Migration and Marriage

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ISBN: 3825898733
Release Date: 2006
Number of pages: 212
Author: Barbara Waldis
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

Download and read online Migration and Marriage in PDF and EPUB In a world in which migration and the mixing of peoples are increasing while at the same time multicultural ideology has given rise to the reassertion of putative primordial differences between peoples, interesting questions are raised about the relationships between political rhetoric and social action, groupness and individuality, and the public and the private. The rate of intermarriage is considered by sociologists the most important statistical test of the strength or weakness of structural divisions within societies. What do social anthropologists have to say about heterogamy and homogamy in situations of movement and flux, and what does this tell us about processes of boundary-definition? Barbara Waldis is assistant professor at the Institut d'ethnologie at the University of Neuchtel (Switzerland). Reginald Byron is professor of sociology and anthropology at the University of Wales, Swansea (UK).

Place of Marriage in a Changing Society

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ISBN: UVA:X006038526
Release Date: 1996-07-01
Number of pages: 15
Author: Ceridwen Roberts

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The Marriage and Family Experience Intimate Relationships in a Changing Society

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ISBN: 9781305856349
Release Date: 2016-05-24
Number of pages: 640
Author: Bryan Strong
Publisher: Cengage Learning

Download and read online The Marriage and Family Experience Intimate Relationships in a Changing Society in PDF and EPUB THE MARRIAGE & FAMILY EXPERIENCE: INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS IN A CHANGING SOCIETY brings together all elements of the course -- including intimate relationships, family policy, and family issues. Striking a balance between an academic and more functional approach, the authors draw from research to present a sound sociological and family studies base enhanced by perspectives from anthropology, history, psychology, journalism, literature, economics, and gender studies. The book explores recent research on topics such as adoptive parenting, the transgender experience, childbearing patterns, gay and lesbian families, communication and conflict resolution, the influence of popular culture, and working families. Real-life examples and a focus on self-assessment and reflection make the book accessible and encourage students to think and act for themselves. The thirteenth edition retains a progressive approach to diversity yet remains rooted in a positive, pro-family perspective. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Essentials of the Marriage and Family Experience

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ISBN: 0314011994
Release Date: 1993-01-01
Number of pages: 410
Author: Bryan Strong
Publisher: Thomson Learning

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American marriage

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ISBN: WISC:89031138092
Release Date: 1976
Number of pages: 277
Author: Frank D. Cox
Publisher: WCB/McGraw-Hill

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Reconstructing Marriage

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ISBN: 1780680376
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 356
Author: Caroline Sörgjerd
Publisher: Intersentia Uitgevers N V

Download and read online Reconstructing Marriage in PDF and EPUB This book explores the essence of the institution of marriage: what is the meaning of marriage today, how has marriage been influenced by the legal recognition of new cohabitation models, and what should be the role of the institution of marriage in the future? In order to understand what marriage actually is in the 21st century, it is necessary to identify and analyze the formalities and function of marriage in society. With a focus on Sweden, the book examines the historical development of marriage - beginning as a 'gift from God' and now being a gender-neutral institution - from a legal and political perspective and taking into account the past and present role of the Church of Sweden. The book then makes comparative assessments concerning the legal and political developments leading toward the adoption of gender-neutral marriage concepts in the Netherlands and Spain despite different societal backgrounds. In addition, the significance of the marital status under European Union law is explored, under the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and in the jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice. Also, the relevant decisions based on the European Convention of Human Rights, as interpreted by the European Court of Human Rights, are examined. The book discovers that the key role that the institution of marriage has played in the past still influences the essence of marriage today and charges it with a special symbolic value. (Series: European Family Law - Vol. 31)

Making Marriage Simple

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ISBN: 9780770437138
Release Date: 2013-03-12
Number of pages: 208
Author: Harville Hendrix
Publisher: Harmony

Download and read online Making Marriage Simple in PDF and EPUB Change the relationship you have into the one you want. Welcome to the Relationship Revolution! Making Marriage Simple is the accessible, essential road map to building a strong marriage in the modern world. Bestselling authors Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt distill into ten essential truths what they've learned about how to create a successful and satisfying relationship—both from their decades of “R&D” in the marriage lab of their workshops, and from their own relationship journey. In each chapter, Harville and Helen introduce a simple truth—such as “a frustration is a wish in disguise,” “incompatibility is grounds for marriage,” or “conflict is growth trying to happen”—and then walk couples through easy yet effective exercises to help them apply each truth in real life, every day. Harville and Helen have spent their careers helping couples transform their marriages through research, workshops, and counseling. But marriage—even for marriage experts—is never easy, and a number of years ago they found themselves on the brink of divorce. Harville and Helen put themselves back through the exercises they’d coached so many other couples through, saving their marriage and helping them achieve a true partnership. This book is for all couples. It offers the practical tools needed to transform one’s relationship into a rewarding and joyous marriage. Written with humor, compassion, and honesty, and illustrated throughout with engaging line drawings, Making Marriage Simple is a strategic blueprint for creating a stronger, more satisfying partnership in today's world.

Nine Thoughts That Can Change Your Marriage

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ISBN: 9781601427090
Release Date: 2015-08-18
Number of pages: 240
Author: Sheila Wray Gregoire
Publisher: WaterBrook

Download and read online Nine Thoughts That Can Change Your Marriage in PDF and EPUB Is what you believe about marriage getting in the way of a GREAT relationship? When you’ve put into practice all the usual advice, but your marriage still falls short of the intimacy and joy you want, what then? Are patience and perseverance your only hope for a better relationship? Author and speaker Sheila Wray Gregoire says, “Absolutely not!” The solution to a happier relationship is not found in being a more patient, more perfect wife, but in taking responsibility for what you can do—and especially for how you think about your marriage. She challenges you to replace pat Christian answers with nine biblical truths that will radically shift your perspective on your husband, your relationship, and your role in God’s design for marriage, including… · My Husband Can’t Make Me Mad · Being One Is More Important Than Being Right · Having Sex Is Not the Same as Making Love With humor and honesty, Sheila invites you to believe that God wants to bring oneness and intimacy to your marriage—and challenges you to partner with Him in that process by changing the way you think. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Born to a Changing World

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ISBN: 9781927131428
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 312
Author: Alison Clarke
Publisher: Bridget Williams Books

Download and read online Born to a Changing World in PDF and EPUB Emerging from diaries, letters and memoirs, the voices of this remarkable book tell a new story of life arriving amidst a turbulent world. Before the Plunket Society, before antibiotics, before ‘safe’ Caesarean sections and registered midwives, nineteenth-century birthing practice in New Zealand was typically determined by culture, not nature or the state. Alison Clarke works from the heart of this practice, presenting a history balanced in its coverage of social and medical contexts. Connecting these contexts provides new insights into the same debates on childhood – from infant feeding to maternity care – that persist today. Tracing the experiences of Māori and Pākehā birth ways, this richly illustrated story remains centered throughout on birthing women, their babies and families: this is their history.

The Marriage and Family Experience

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ISBN: 084003248X
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 640
Author: Bryan Strong

Download and read online The Marriage and Family Experience in PDF and EPUB THE MARRIAGE & FAMILY EXPERIENCE, International Edition is a realistic look at relationships today. These experienced authors will help you see and understand the underlying issues at work in marriages, families, and all kinds of relationships. Real-life cross-cultural examples and features that encourage you to look deeper at yourself make the Tenth Edition accessible and compelling this is a book you can relate to and one you will want to read! The book presents the latest information on adoptive parenting, childbearing patterns, gay and lesbian families, the meaning of virginity, gender roles and sexuality, communication and conflict resolution, the influence of popular culture, and working families. With thorough and compelling coverage of all kinds of today's families and relationships, the book dispels myths about gender differences and gives you a realistic and comprehensive overview of the concepts and topics you'll need to succeed in your course.

Marriage in a changing world

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ISBN: 0471528013
Release Date: 1977
Number of pages: 452
Author: Gerald R. Leslie
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

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Changing Marriage Patterns in Southeast Asia

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ISBN: 9781136700286
Release Date: 2011-09-09
Number of pages: 256
Author: Gavin W. Jones
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Changing Marriage Patterns in Southeast Asia in PDF and EPUB Various forms of partnering – such as officially registered marriages, cohabiting relationships, and other kinds of relatively stable relationships - are crucial in the formation of families throughout the world. Although, today, forms of partnering in the region are not restricted to formal marriage, the norm remains for couples to marry – to establish a new family, and to accept the cultural requirement to have children. This book provides a comprehensive and up-to-date picture of partnerships and marriage in the Southeast Asian region using quantitative data alongside qualitative approaches.Through the research of demographers, sociologists and anthropologists, it examines the way trends in the formation and dissolution of marriages are related to changes in the region’s economy and society; illuminating both the broad forces affecting marriage patterns and the way these forces work out at the individual and family level. Presenting the variety of contemporary marriage patterns in the region, with an emphasis on the ways in which marriage issues impinge on the welfare of those concerned, this book will be essential reading for students and scholars of Southeast Asia and the sociology of the family.

The Family and Marriage in a Changing World

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ISBN: LCCN:66002265
Release Date: 1965
Number of pages: 192
Author: Kenneth Walker

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