Autonomy and Dependence in the Family: Turkey and Sweden in Critical Perspective

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Contents
Acknowledgment
Introduction 1
Contrasting Modernities
ELISABETH ÖZDALGA 3
PATTERNS OF AUTONOMY AND INTERDEPENDENCE
Cross-cultural Perspectives on Family Change
ÇİĞDEM KAĞITÇIBAŞI 19
Married and Degraded to Legal Minority: The Swedish Married Woman during the Emancipation Period, 1858-1921
GUNHILD KYLE 39
The Strongest Bond on Trial
RITA LILJESTRÖM 59
What the History of Family Counselling has to Say About Family Relations
ANNA-KARIN KOLLIND 81
Household and Family in Contemporary Turkey: an Historical Perspective
SHARON BAŞTUĞ 99
Urban Migration and Reconstruction of the Kinship Networks. The Case of Istanbul
SEMA ERDER 117
Couples, Children and Families in Pictures 137
FAIRNESS AND EQUITY
The Family and the Welfare State: a Route to De-familialization
MARGARETA BÄCK-WIKLUND 157
Equality-a Contested Concept
ULLA BJÖRNBERG AND
ANNA-KARIN KOLLIND 177
Who Rules in the Core of the Family?
TORGEDUR EINARSDOTTIR 197

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