Families as They Really Are (Second Edition)
A fresh collection of original essays by leading scholars that explores how families operate in everyday life.
Families As They Really Are, Second Edition, gets to the heart of the family values debate by re-framing the question about families from “Are they breaking down?” to “Where are they going, how, and why?” Written by an interdisciplinary community of experts who study and work with families, the essays in this book draw on the latest social science research and clinical expertise. These essays aren’t reprints; every article is an original contribution to the research and theory about families—written specifically with undergraduate readers in mind.
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Revised Edition Ensuring Inequality
Check out CCF’s Donna Franklin newest book with CCF’s Angela James as co-author!
Donna L. Franklin is a nationally recognized scholar on the African-American family. When her book Ensuring Inequality was published it was hailed by the Washington Post as the ‘most important book written on the black family in recent years.’ She has held academic appointments at Smith College, USC, and the University of Chicago. She was the national Co-Chair of the Council on Contemporary Families from 1997-1999 and has also served on its board of directors. Her first book won the American Sociological Association’s Wm. J. Goode Distinguished Award. She is the first African-American author to win this award. Oxford University Press is publishing a new edition of Ensuring Inequality. It will have three additional chapters and she has added Angela James as a co-author.FacebookTwitter