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  1. Key texts 3 items
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    1. Understanding family meanings: a reflective text - Jane Ribbens McCarthy, Megan Doolittle, Shelley Day Sclater, Open University 2012

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  2. Week 1 Introduction 1 item
    1. Understanding family meanings: a reflective text - Jane Ribbens McCarthy, Megan Doolittle, Shelley Day Sclater, Open University 2012

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  3. Week 2 1 item
  4. Week 3 1 item
  5. Week 4 1 item
  6. Week 5 1 item
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  9. Week 8 1 item
    1. Engaging with children's and parents' perspectives on domestic violence - Nicky Stanley, Pam Miller, Helen Richardson Foster 05/2012

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  10. Week 9 1 item
  11. Week 10 - Writing about the family 0 items
  12. Week 11 1 item
  13. Additional reading 2 items
    1. Key concepts in family studies - Jane Ribbens McCarthy, Rosalind Edwards 2011 (electronic resource)

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    2. Family troubles?: exploring changes and challenges in family lives of children and young people - Jane Ribbens McCarthy, Carol-Ann Hooper, Val Gillies 2013 (electronic resource)

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  14. Recommended journals 1 item
  15. Family troubles?: exploring changes and challenges in family lives of children and young people - Jane Ribbens McCarthy, Carol-Ann Hooper, Val Gillies 2013 (electronic resource)

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  16. Family and kinship in East London - Michael Young, Peter Willmott 1990

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  17. Rethinking family practices - D. H. J. Morgan 2011 (electronic resource)

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  18. Unequal childhoods - Annette Lareau 2011

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  19. Families and poverty: everyday life on a low income - Mary Daly, Grace Kelly 2015

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  20. The child, the family, and the outside world - Winnicott, D. W. 1964

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  21. Why money matters: family income, poverty and children's lives - Jason Strelitz, Ruth Lister 2008

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  22. Rethinking children and families: the relationship between the child, the family and the state - Nick Frost c2011

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  23. The politics of concepts: family and its (putative) replacements - Rosalind Edwards, Jane Ribbens McCarthy, Val Gillies 12/2012

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