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Family Functioning and Child Development: The Case of Divorce
Family functioning and child development: The case of divorce
Paul R.Amato

Sociologists assume that the family, as a social institution, meets certain fundamental needs of individuals and communities. The range of needs met by families differs somewhat across societies, but in almost all human groups, the ...

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