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Marriage at the crossroads : law, policy, and the brave new world of twenty-first-century families / edited by Marsha Garrison, Brooklyn Law School ; Elizabeth S. Scott, Columbia University Law School.


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Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012.
  • Book
  • xv, 344 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Introduction / Marsha Garrison and Elizabeth S. Scott
  • Red v. blue marriage / June Carbone and Naomi Cahn
  • International family change and continuity : the past and future from the developmental idealism perspective / Arland Thornton
  • The division of household labor across time and generations / Margaret F. Brinig
  • Marriage at the crossroads in England and Wales / Rebecca Probert
  • The curious relationship of marriage and freedom / Katherine Franke
  • Institutional, companionate, and individualistic marriages : change over time and implications for marital quality / Paul R. Amato
  • Marriage and improved well-being : using twins to parse the correlation, asking how marriage helps, and wondering why more people don't buy a bargain / Robert E. Emery, Erin E. Horn, and Christopher R. Beam
  • Fragile families : debates, facts, and solutions / Sara S. McLanahan and Irwin Garfinkel
  • Should marriage matter? / Ira Mark Ellman and Sanford L. Braver
  • Forsaking no others : coming to terms with family diversity / Judith Stacey
  • Why marriage? / Suzanne B. Goldberg
  • Essential to virtue? : the languages of the law of marriage / Carl E. Schneider
  • The pluralistic vision of marriage / Shahar Lifshitz
  • The growing diversity of two-parent families : challenges for family law / Andrew J. Cherlin
  • Legal regulation of twenty-first-century families / Marsha Garrison and Elizabeth S. Scott.
Garrison, Marsha, 1949- editor of compilation.
Scott, Elizabeth S., 1945- editor of compilation.

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