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Families in Converging Europe examines common familial trends and differences between Northern and Southern and Eastern and Western Europe from 1960s to early 2000s and discusses the most common theoretical explanations for convergence and divergence. The interest lies in macro-level social changes and in the interrelationship between the family and other social institutions. In-depth comparison of Finnish and Spanish cases as representatives of North and South Europe provides an example of how macro-level changes affect both family ideology and practices.
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