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EPSY 6333: Changing Family: Required Readings

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Required Readings for EPSY 6333

Adema, W., & Nabil, Ali. (2015). Recent changes in family outcomes and policies in OECD countries: The impact of the economic crisis.  Community, Work, and Family, 18(2), 145-166.  

Aldous, J. (1990). Family development and the life course: Two perspectives on family change. Journal of Marriage and Family, 52, 571-583.

Antonucci, T. C., Birditt, K.S., Sherman, C. W., & Trinh, S.(2011). Stability and change in the intergenerational family: A convoy approach. Ageing and Society, 31, 1084-1106. 

Bianchi, S. M. (2011).  Family Change and Time Allocation in American Families. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 638(1),  21-44. 

Bumpass, L.L. (2004).  Social change and the American family.  Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1038(1), 213-219.

Cox, M. J., & Paley, B. (1997). Families as systems. Annual Review of Psychology, 48, 243-267. 

Furstenberg, F. F. (2010). On a new schedule: Transitions to adulthood and family change. The Future of Children, 20(1), 67-87.

Hayford, S. R., Guzzo, K. B., Smock, P. J. (2014).  The decoupling of marriage and parenthood? Trends in the timing of marital first births, 1945-2002.  Journal Of Marriage & Family, 76(3), 520-538.

​Hill, R. (1986). Life cycle stages for types of single parent families: Of family development theory. Family Relations, 3519-3529.

Holmes, E. K., Sasaki, T., Hazen, N. L. (2013).  Smooth versus rocky transitions to parenthood: Family systems in developmental context.  Family Relations, 62(5), 824-837.  

Landalem N.S., & Oropesa, R.S. (2007). Hispanic families: Stability and change. Annual Review of Sociology, 33,  381-405.

Lindblom, J, Flyket, M, Tolvanen, A., Vanska, M., Tittinen, A. Tulppala, M., Punamaki, R-L. (2014). Dynamic family system trajectories farom pregnancy to child’s first year. Journal of Marriage and Family, 76(4), 796-807.  

Lundquist, J., & Xu, Zhun (2014).  Reinstitutionalizing families: Life course policy and marriage in the military.  Journal of Marriage and Family, 76(5), 1063-1081. 

McCubbin, H.I., McCubbin, M. A.,  Thompson, A, I, Sae-Young, H,, Allen, C. T.. (1997). Families under stress: What makes them resilient  Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences 89(3,  2-11.

McGill, B. S. (2014).  Navigating new norms of involved fatherhood: Employment, fathering attitudes, and father involvement. Journal of Family Issues, 35(8), 1089-1106.

Morgan, S.P., Sanders, S.G., & Thomas, D. (2005).  Explaining family change and variation: Challenges for family demographers.  Journal of Marriage and Family, 67(4), 908-925.

O'Brien, M. (2005). Studying individual and family development: Linking theory and research.  Journal of Marriage and Family, 67(4), 880-890. 

Ryan, R. M., Claessens, A. and Markowitz, A. J. (2015).  Associations between family structure change and child behavior problems: The moderating effect of family income. Child Development, 86,112–127.

Seltzer, J.A.  Bachrach, C.A., Bianchi, S.M., Bledsoe, C.H., Casper, L.M., Chase-Lansdale, P. L., DiPrete, T.A., Hotz, V. J.,

Suanet, B., van der Pas, S., van Tilburg, T. G. (2013). Who is in the stepfamily? Change in stepparents’ family boundaries between 1992 and 2009. Journal of Marriage and Family, 75, 1070-1083. 

Trifan, T.A., Stattin, H., Tilton-Weaver, L. (2014).  Have authoritarian parenting practices and roles changed in the last 50 years?  Journal of Marriage and Family, 76(4), 744-761. 

Rank, M. R. (2004).  The disturbing paradox of poverty in American families: What we have learned over the past four decades. In M. Coleman & L. H. Ganong (Eds.), Handbook of contemporary families: Considering the past, contemplating the future. (pp. 469-489), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Scanzoni, J. (2004). Household diversity: The starting point for healthy families in the new century.  In M. Coleman & L. H. Ganong (Eds.), Handbook of contemporary families: Considering the past, contemplating the future. (pp. 3-22), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

 

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