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  • Author:
    Susan McRae
  • ISBN:
    0198296363
  • ISBN13:
    978-0198296362
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    Oxford University Press; First Published edition (January 20, 2000)
  • Pages:
    512 pages
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    Europe
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Changing Britain book. Major changes have happened in households and people's lives in most countries in the developed world.

Changing Britain book. Marriage rates have fallen, divorce has risen, women are having fewer children and later in life, and one in four families with children is headed by a lone parent. These changes have significance that goes beyond the individual families - with implications for housing de Major changes have happened in households and people's lives in most countries in the developed world.

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Changing Britain: Families and Households in the 1990s. Published: 1 January 2001. by Springer Science and Business Media LLC. in European Journal of Population. European Journal of Population, Volume 17, pp 297-299; doi:10. 1023/a:1011865630388.

Major changes have happened in households and people's lives in most countries in the developed world

Major changes have happened in households and people's lives in most countries in the developed world. Marriage rates have fallen, divorce has risen, women are having fewer children and later in life, and there has been a rise in childbearing outside marriage. One in four families is headed by a lone parent. We are all getting older. These changes have significance that goes beyond the individual families-with implications for housing demand, social security benefits, labour force participation, health, and social services

Changing Britain provides a comprehensive portrait of British families and households at the end of the 20th century. The book examines more generally the nature of economic and labour market change, Britain's place in Europe, and changing attitudes towards family life.

Changing Britain provides a comprehensive portrait of British families and households at the end of the 20th century. Specifically, the book also deals with issues such as; older people's lives; non-heterosexual families; one-person households; young mothers and single parents; and divorce. About the Author: Susan McRae is Professor of Sociology and Head of the School.

Families and Households in the 1990s. Unique, multi-disciplinary contribution to the demographic study of household and family. Comprehensively covers most aspects of family life and change in Britain in the latter half of the 20th century. Families and Households in the 1990s.

Changing Britain: Families and Households in the 1990s, Susan McRae (e., Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999, £4. 0 (£19. 99 pbk), xxi+487 pp. (ISBN 0-19-829636-3; 0-19-829637-1). University of North London, . Published online by Cambridge University Press: 26 July 2016.

McRae, S. (1999) Introduction: Family and household change in Britain, in: S. McRae (E. Changing Britain: Families and households in the 1990s (Oxford, Oxford University Press), 1–34. Family change: revolution or backlash in attitudes? Changing Britain: Families and households in the. Jan 1990. Scott, J. (1999) Family change: revolution or backlash in attitudes?, in: S. Changing Britain: Families and households in the 1990s (Oxford, Oxford University Press). The great disruption.

Changing Britain provides a comprehensive portrait of British families and households at the end of the 20th century. The book examines more generally the nature of economic and labour market change, Britain's place in Europe, and changing attitudes towards family life. Specifically, the book also deals with issues such as; older people's lives; non-heterosexual families; one-person households; young mothers and single parents; and divorce.