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by Simon Duncan,Darren P. Smith
Author: Simon Duncan,Darren P. Smith
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Individualisation versus the geography of ‘New’ families. Simon Duncan University of Bradford. and Darren P. Smith University of Brighton.
Individualisation versus the geography of ‘New’ families. 1. Introduction: family individualisation and its critiques 2. Theorising the indices 3. Mapping individualisation – the three indices 4. Explaining alternative geographies of individualisation 5. Conclusions: family individualisation versus geography. 2 4 7 13 19 20 21. Abstract. According to leading sociological theorists we have now entered a ‘late modern’ epoch of ‘n’ and ‘individualisation’
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