Current Controversies in Marriage and Family Studies
A wide range of styles and evidence distinguish this book. It offers opposing perspectives on the most critical and current controversies in marriage and the family. These include premarital relations, abortion, care of the elderly and family responsibility versus medical ethics. Questions and suggested activities precede each section, and are also at the end of each set of articles to help the reader integrate the information presented.
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