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Family life is constantly being scrutinised, but debates seem to sidestep the question of what ‘family’ really means. The Open University's Megan Doolittle joins four leading academics from the field of sociology to tackle the issues head on. They look at how families communicate and behave, and they talk about family personal life and what is meant by the term 'intimacy'. Finally they discuss the future of family studies. The Open University course DD101 Introducing the social sciences, features similar material to this collection.

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Theories and concepts in family meanings

A short introduction to the album.

47 s2009 NOV 9
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Theories and concepts in family meanings

Family discourses

Ros Edwards, professor of social policy at the London South Bank University talks about family discourses.

4 MIN2009 NOV 9
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Family discourses

Family practices and meanings

The Open University's Megan Doolittle talks to David Morgan, a professor at the University of Manchester, about family meanings and practices.

7 MIN2009 NOV 9
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Family practices and meanings

Latest Episodes

Theories and concepts in family meanings

A short introduction to the album.

47 s2009 NOV 9
Comments
Theories and concepts in family meanings

Family discourses

Ros Edwards, professor of social policy at the London South Bank University talks about family discourses.

4 MIN2009 NOV 9
Comments
Family discourses

Family practices and meanings

The Open University's Megan Doolittle talks to David Morgan, a professor at the University of Manchester, about family meanings and practices.

7 MIN2009 NOV 9
Comments
Family practices and meanings

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