5 edition of Families in Eastern Europe (Contemporary Perspectives in Family Research) found in the catalog.
December 30, 2004
by JAI Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||264|
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The book also constitutes an excellent source of information for policy makers, foundations, governments and leaders of international family and/or youth organizations. Finally, the volume could be used by general readers interested in the dynamics of families in Eastern Europe.
The book develops new insights and understandings on family by: Get this from a library. Families in Eastern Europe. [Mihaela Robila;] -- "This book provides a comprehensive analysis of family issues in Eastern Europe. It brings together scholars from fourteen Eastern European countries: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, former East Germany.
The realities of Jewish life in eastern Europe that concerned the average Jew meant the way their children grew up, the way they studied, how they married, and all the subsequent stages of the life cycle--including the problems of divorce, remarriage, and elderly parents. The family and Families in Eastern Europe book community were in a very real sense the core 5/5(2).
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The book is a general history of Eastern Europe from the end of the Roman Empire to the aftermath of the Cold War. It is a long book ( pages excluding footnotes) but, in my view, quite an easy read. It is written in relatively clear and straightforward prose, requires no prior knowledge of the subject and is extremely instructive.
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