Families in Asia provides a unique sociological analysis of family trends in Asia. Stella R. Quah uses demographic and survey data, personal interviews and case studies from China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam to provide a wide-ranging comparative analysis of family trends and the role of the state and social policy. Focusing on the most relevant and significant aspects of family and kin, chapters include: Concepts and research trends Family forming Parenthood Grandparenthood Gender roles in families Marriage breakdown The impact of Socio-economic development This new edition has been updated and expanded throughout and includes new material on dowry, singlehood, adoption, the transformation of the senior generation, changes in family courts and the role of the state in family wellbeing. Families in Asia will be the perfect companion for students and scholars alike who are interested in family sociology, public and social policy, and Asian society and culture more broadly.Home and Kin Stella Quah. The. family. courtin. Singapore. The Family Court was established in Singapore on 1 March 1995. It has evolved sincethen incorporating newfeaturesin ... Singaporehas faced similarhurdles tothe design, approval and implementation of the FamilyCourt observed inthe United Kingdom, the United ... Cultural precedents Singaporea#39;s history indicates thatthe ideas behind a Family.
|Title||:||Families in Asia|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2008-09-15|