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Contents Series Editors¿ Preface vii Acknowledgments xi 1 Introduction: The Project and the Field 1 2 The Historical Evolution of the Australian Family 11 3 Contemporary Patterns of Family Practice: Historical Continuity and the Myth of Crisis 25 4 The Doxic Family 45 5 Doxa, Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy 67 6 Structural Aspects of Kinship 89 7 Internalized Gender Structures 111 8 Family and Gender, and Society at Large 143 9 Some Theoretical and Methodological Elaborations 169 Bibliography 185 Index 195
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Family -- Australia.
Family -- Australia -- New Castle (N.S.W.).