Table of contents for Family, gender and kinship in Australia : the social and cultural logic of practice and subjectivity / by Allon J. Uhlmann.

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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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Family -- Australia.
Family -- Australia -- New Castle (N.S.W.).