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Author: Lloyd Saxton
Title: The individual, marriage, and the family
ISBN: 0534004881
ISBN13: 978-0534004880
Other Formats: doc txt lrf azw
Pages: 565 pages
Publisher: Wadsworth; 3rd edition (1977)
Language: English
Size EPUB version: 1693 kb
Size FB2 version: 1733 kb
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Sociology

A truly interdisciplinary approach, this text incorporates biological, psychological and sociological perspectives to the study of the family.

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