Just Living Together: Implications of Cohabitation on Families, Children, and Social Policy
Référence bibliographique 
Booth, Alan et Crouter, Ann C. 2002. Just Living Together: Implications of Cohabitation on Families, Children, and Social Policy. Mahwah: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
Intentions : «Based on the presentations and discussions from a national symposia, [this book] [...] represents on of the first systematic efforts to focus on cohabitation.» (quatrième de couverture)
Échantillon/Matériau : Données documentaires diverses
Type de traitement des données : Réflexion critique
This «[...] book is divided into four parts, each dealing with a different aspect of cohabitation. Part I addresses the big picture question, ‘What are the historical and cross-cultural foundations of cohabitation?’ Part II focuses specifically on North America and asks, ‘What is the role of cohabitation in contemporary North American family structure?’ Part III turns the focus to the question, ‘What is the long-and short-term impact of cohabitation on child well-being? Finally, Part IV addresses how cohabiting couples are affected by current policies and what policy innovations could be introduced to support these couples. Providing a road map for future research, program development, and policymaking, [this book] [...] will serve as an important resource for people interested in learning about variations in the ways families of today are choosing to organize themselves.» (quatrième de couverture)
Les textes suivants font l’objet d’une fiche dans Famili@ : - Smock, Pamela J., et Gupta, Sanjiv, «Cohabitation in Contemporary North America» - Le Bourdais, Céline, et Juby, Heather, «The Impact of Cohabitation on the Family Life Course in Contemporary North America: Insights From Across the Border»