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Richards, Lyn 1978, Having families: Marriage, parenthood and social pressure in Australia, Penguin . Seagull, Elizabeth .
Richards, Lyn 1978, Having families: Marriage, parenthood and social pressure in Australia, Penguin, Ringwood, Australia. Yandell, Margaret 1993, Outcomes for families of respite daycare for their preschool children unpublished . thesis, Monash University, Melbourne.
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Having families: Marriage, parenthood, and social pressure in Australia (Pelican): ISBN 9780140220476 .
Having families: Marriage, parenthood, and social pressure in Australia (Pelican): ISBN 9780140220476 (978-0-14-022047-6) Softcover, Penguin Books, 1978. Coauthors & Alternates.
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Having Families: Marriage, Parenthood and Social Pressure in Australia.
Richards, L. (1978 and 1985) Having Families: Marriage, Parenthood and Social. Pressure in Australia. Russell, C. and T. Schoﬁeld (1986) Where it Hurts: An Introduction to Sociology.
The impacts of parenthood are not an issue only for parents. Having children is also a major social project
The impacts of parenthood are not an issue only for parents. Having children is also a major social project. Societies need to reproduce themselves, and the benefits of children extend beyond their immediate family to contribute to the well-being of the whole of society (Fineman, 2004; Folbre, 2001).
Marriage in Australia is regulated by the federal Marriage Act 1961 (Cth), which applies uniformly throughout Australia (including its external territories) to the exclusion of all state laws on the subject. Australian law recognises only monogamous marriages, being marriages of two people, including same-sex marriages, and does not recognise any other forms of union, including traditional Aboriginal marriages, polygamous marriages or concubinage
Same-sex marriage in Australia. Same-sex marriage in Australia has been legal since 9 December 2017.
Same-sex marriage in Australia. Legislation to allow same-sex marriage, the Marriage Amendment (Definition and Religious Freedoms) Act 2017, passed the Australian Parliament on 7 December 2017 and received royal assent from the Governor-General the following day. The law came into effect on 9 December, immediately recognising overseas same-sex marriages.
Author: Lyn Richards
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Penguin Books Australia; Revised edition (February 28, 1985)
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