MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY

BY RAY E. BABER Professor of Sociology New York University

FIRST EDITION TENTH IMPRESSION

MCGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY, INC. NEW YORK AND LONDON 1939

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Chapter 1 - The Family in Transition 3
  • Chapter 2 - The Natural History of the Family 22
  • Conclusion 58
  • Chapter 3 - Ancient Family Patterns 61
  • Selected Readings 89
  • Chapter 4 - Early American Family Life 91
  • Selected Readings 111
  • Chapter 5 - A Medley of Marriage Laws 113
  • Selected Readings 140
  • Chapter 6 Mate Selection and Courtship 142
  • Selected Readings 173
  • Chapter 7 - Mate Selection and Courtship (continued) 175
  • Chaptier 8 - The Husband-Wife Relationship 201
  • Selected Readings 240
  • Chapter 9 - The Husband-Wife Relationship (continued) 242
  • Chapter 10 - Parent-Child Interaction 277
  • Selected Readings 318
  • Chapter 11 - Parent-Child Interaction (continued) 320
  • Selected Readings 352
  • Chapter 12 - The New Status of Women 355
  • Selected Reading 383
  • Chapter 13 - Some Social Implications of Women's New Activities 385
  • Selected Readings 436
  • Chapter 14 - Divorce 438
  • Selected Readings 473
  • Chapter 15 - Divorce (continued) 475
  • Selected Readings 510
  • Chapter 16 - Determinants of Family Size 511
  • Selected Readings 546
  • Chapter 17 - Conflicting Sex Patterns 548
  • Selected Readings 583
  • Chapter 18 - The Conservation of Family Values 585
  • Selected Readings 636
  • Index 639
  • Subject Index 647
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