Roman Catholicism and the Family
Families and religions : conflict and change in modern society
William V. D'Antonio and Joan Aldous
American families and religions are facing a challenge -- the challenge of adapting to a rapidly changing society with a self-oriented culture. The contributors examine a spectrum of responses to changing social norms, and assess the role that religion plays in modern family life. They seek to interpret the problems faced by one of our most basic social institutions through a variety of perspectives. 'The macro perspective and editorial unity are everywhere evident, but readers will also appreciate many individual articles...Definitely recommended.' -- Choice, April 1984 '...taken together...the essays represent a good resource for anyone who wants a sociologically grounded understanding of the relationship between the family and religion in modern society.' -- Religious Studies Review, Vol 10 No 4, October 1984.
SAGE Publications, Inc
Cavanaugh, Mark J.. (1985). Roman Catholicism and the Family. In William V. D'Antonio and Joan Aldous (Eds.), Families and religions : conflict and change in modern society (1-310).