The State and the Family: A Comparative Analysis of Family Policies in Industrialized Countries

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In a number of industrialized countries, on the assumption that fertility remains at or close to present levels, populations will start to decline, in some cases quite rapidly in the near future. Many governments are alarmed by this prospect, especially since it goes hand in hand with a further and acute ageing of the population. From the fears in the 1930s about population and family decline, to the fears in the 1970s about over-population, and contemporary talk of "family-friendly" policies, governments' attitudes towards ...

The State and the Family: A Comparative Analysis of Family Policies in Industrialized Countries 1999, Clarendon Press, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780198294993

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The State and the Family: A Comparative Analysis of Family Policies in Industrialized Countries 1996, Oxford University Press, USA, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780198288046

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