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The Resource The nature and role of the extended family in New Zealand including an empirical study in a provincial city, by Mervyl J. McPherson

The nature and role of the extended family in New Zealand including an empirical study in a provincial city, by Mervyl J. McPherson

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The nature and role of the extended family in New Zealand including an empirical study in a provincial city
Title
The nature and role of the extended family in New Zealand including an empirical study in a provincial city
Statement of responsibility
by Mervyl J. McPherson
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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McPherson, Mervyl J
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • abstracts summaries
  • bibliography
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Massey University
Series statement
Family studies monograph,
Series volume
no. 2
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  • Family
  • Family
  • Family
  • Family policy
Label
The nature and role of the extended family in New Zealand including an empirical study in a provincial city, by Mervyl J. McPherson
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 192-214)
Contents
Introduction -- The extended family : concepts, debates and traditions -- Enxtendednfamily structure : size, proximity and contact -- Extended family helping behaviour : what kinds of help, who is giving, who is receiving? -- Demographic trends in factors affecting supply of and demand for extended family support -- Preferred sources of help : family, state or other -- Family obligation -- Policy : the roles of State and the family -- Conclusions, implications and recommendations
Control code
7961765
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
xviii, 248 p.
Isbn
9780473085810
Other physical details
ill.
Label
The nature and role of the extended family in New Zealand including an empirical study in a provincial city, by Mervyl J. McPherson
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 192-214)
Contents
Introduction -- The extended family : concepts, debates and traditions -- Enxtendednfamily structure : size, proximity and contact -- Extended family helping behaviour : what kinds of help, who is giving, who is receiving? -- Demographic trends in factors affecting supply of and demand for extended family support -- Preferred sources of help : family, state or other -- Family obligation -- Policy : the roles of State and the family -- Conclusions, implications and recommendations
Control code
7961765
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
xviii, 248 p.
Isbn
9780473085810
Other physical details
ill.

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