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The drastic and complex ideas and facts about human feeling, emotion, and family ties is explained very well. I loved this book, but that also might be because I love the field of Family Studies.
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Offering a positive view of the family, Cox's HUMAN INTIMACY: MARRIAGE, THE FAMILY, AND ITS .
You'll find coverage of such topics as diversity within the American family (including rural and military families), gay marriage, singles, cohabitation, gender roles, theories of love, date rape and courtship violence, and parenting and life stages.
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Frank Cox holds a P. in Educational Psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and has taught marriage and family courses at Santa Barbara City College since 1962. He is also author of THE AIDS BOOKLET (McGraw Hill)), YOUTH, MARRIAGE AND THE SEDUCTIVE SOCIETY (William C. Brown), AMERICAN MARRIAGE: A CHANGING SCENE (William C. Brown), and other books on marriage and relationships. Kevin Demmitt is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Clayton College and State University near Atlanta, Georgia. degree at Arizona State University and his P.