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The functions of contemporary peasant-worker families


Wies Wspoczesna 32(1): 143-148
The functions of contemporary peasant-worker families
Changing patterns are identified in the traditional attitudes and conduct of rural peasant families in Poland. Areas of investigation were: family planning; economic and financial goals; material security and dependence on the support of family members; the cultivation of social and educational values; and the emotional ties within the family unit.


Accession: 001709045



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