Remaking «Family» Communicatively

Remaking «Family» Communicatively

Demographers have repeatedly confirmed that the nuclear family is on the decline. Yet when Americans are asked about their ideal family, the nuclear family emerges as the most valued kind of family. Members of families that do not match this cultural ideal face a discursive burden to legitimate their identity as a «family.»

This volume gathers together communication scholars who are working on the many kinds of alternative family forms, from, among others, grandfamilies,… (more)

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Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (May 01, 2014)

Collection: Lifespan Communication

Parent ISBN: 9781433120466

Page count: 316 pages

Language: English


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