• Changes in the American Family
    , Stephanie. "What We Really Miss about the 1950s" Family in Transition. Ed. Arlene Skolnick and Jermone H. Skolnick: Boston: Pearson Education, Inc., 2003. 31-39 Kamen, Paula. "Modern Marriage: From Meal Ticket to Best Friend" Family in Transition. Ed. Arlene Skolnick and Jermone H...
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  • Analysis of Shutter Island
    , these are noble thoughts, but teachers cannot do it alone. I believe the teaching of good sound morals and values have to begin at home. References Skolnick, Arlene; Skolnick, Jerome. (2009). Family in Transition. Boston: Pearson Higher Education Company Loury, Glenn C. (November 1995). Values and judgments: Creating social incentives for good behavior. Transforming Welfare: The Revival of American Charity....
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  • Rise and Fall of the Conch
    interests.” (Skolnick, 38) Works Cited Golding, William. The Lord of the Flies. 1954. Penguin Group (USA) Inc. 2006. Print. Skolnick, Arlene. "Limits of Childhood: Conceptions of Child Development and Social Context, The." Law & Contemp. Probs. 39 (1975): 38. Google Scholar. Web. 27 Sept 2013. "Symbol." Dictionary.com Unabridged. Random House, Inc. 28 Sep. 2013. ...
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  • argument paper
    change the outcome of a persons life. When as a country we valued making the mother available “full time” in the home most aspects of crime were lower and people showed a more positive outlook on life. While Arlene Skolnick argues that the current state of society has nothing to do with the decline...
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  • The Effects of Divorce
    .: Stanford University Press. Krantzler, Mel and Belli, Melvin. (1988). Divorcing. New York: St. Martin Press. Skolnick, Arlene and Jerome. (1989). Family in Transition. Scott, Foresman and Co. Wallerstein, Judy. (1989). "Children After Divorce, wounds that don't heal". New York...
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  • Family and Society
    , 103, 104, 107, 111, 114, 120, 123, 130, 132, 139 Skolnick, Arlene, Jerome H. Skolnick Family In Transition: Ten Edition New York: Addison , 1999 P# 21, 44, 51...
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  • How Marriage Has Changed
    . . Qian, Z., Lichter, D. T, & Mellott, L. M. (2005). Out-of-wedlock childbearing, marital prospects and mate selection. Social Forces, 84,473-491. Skolnick, Arlene. "Talking about Family Values After "Family Values"" Dissent 57.104 (2010): 96-103. Web....
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  • Theessy
    . www.marriagedebate.com. Institute for Marriage and Public Policy. Gilbert, Neil. “Working Families: Hearth to Market” in All Our Families: New Policies for a New Century. Mary Ann Mason, Arlene Skolnick, and Stephen D. Sugarman, eds. Oxford University Press, 1998. Hewlett, Sylvia Ann. When the Bough Breaks: The...
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  • Transformation of Marriage:
    . Retrieved April 8, 2005 from the World Wide Web: Skolnick, Arlene S. & Skolnick Jerome H. (2005). Family in Transition. Boston: Pearson A&B. Waite, Linda & Gallagher, Maggie. (2001). The Case for Marriage. New York: Doubleday...
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  • Family Decline vs Family Change
    Dissolution: The Role of Cohabitation. Journal of Family Issues 21: 501-24. Goode, William J. (2007). The Theoretical Importance of the Family. Family in transition, 14 edition, edited by Arlene S. Skolnick and Jerome H. Skolnick, Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon. Lamanna, M& Riedman. A (2008). Marriages...
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  • The Effects of Divorce on Children.
    . (1988). Divorcing. New York: St. Martin Press. Skolnick, Arlene and Jerome. (1989). Family in Transition. Scott, Foresman and Co. Wallerstein, Judy. (1989). "Children After Divorce, wounds that don't heal". New York Times Magazine. Jan. 22 pp. 19-21, 41-43....
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  • The Blind Obedience in “the Lottery”
    are not really obvious and are needed to be revealed. In Embattled Paradise: The American Family in an Age of Uncertainty (1991), the author Arlene Skolnick goes on about the contrasting visions of 1950s that shadowed some light on the peaceful images of family life that seemed to have appeared in...
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  • Indian Child and Childhood: from the Eyes of the Teacher
    Publications. Skolnick, Arlene (1975) ‘ The Limits of Childhood: Conceptions of Child Development and Social Context’, Law and Contemporary Problems, Vol. 39: No. 3, 40- 68 Sharma, D. (Ed.). (2003) Child, Family and Socio-Cultural Change in India: Reinterpreting the Inner World. Delhi: Oxford...
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  • Marriage Pattern of the Gbandi Tribe
    of fertility Age at first marriage is also an important indicator of women's status. Early entry into marriage exposes women to the risks of early childbearing and may also impede improvements in their educational, economic, and social status. REFERENCES Skolnick, Arlene. "Marriage...
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  • A Summary of Skolnick's 'Working Personality'
    A Summary of Skolnick’s “Working Personality” CRMJ-2010 In “A Sketch of the Policeman’s Working Personality,” Jerome Skolnick discusses and analyzes how a police officer’s personal outlook is affected by his or her involvement in police work, creating an “us versus them” mind-set, as...
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  • Working Mother
    at a price you can afford. Working from home has become an option for many mothers, and more companies are exploring flex-time for their employees The Rhetoric and reality of “opting out” (Skolnick,pg 365). It has many interesting elements one being that many women are quitting their high paying...
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  • Miss
    Books. 11Stone, L. 1979. The family, sex and marriage in England 1500-1800. New York: Harper Torchbooks. p. 298. 12Pfohl, S. J. 1977. "The discovery of child abuse." Social Problems, 24, 310-323. 13LeVine, R. A., & White, M. 1992. "The social transformation of childhood." In A. S. Skolnick...
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  • Sociolization
    : Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. Skolnick, Arlene 1991 Embattled Paradise: The American Family in an Age of Uncertainty. New York: Basic Books. Steinmetz, Suzanne K. 1999 ‘‘Adolescence in Contemporary Families.’’ In M. B. Sussman, S. K. Steinmetz, and G. W. Peterson, eds., Handbook of Marriage and the...
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  • Lindsay Haffner
    An old axiom says, “All progress is change, but not all change is progress.” Family in Transition by Skolnick and Skolnick, by its very title, implies an observable change. The cited sources in this article seem to indicate that the measurement of change in the family structure and dynamic, is...
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  • The Culture of Being a Police Officer
    considerable amount of police research over the past thirty years has chronicled the tendency for police to become isolated. Isolated from previous friends, isolated from the community, isolated from the legal system, and even isolated from their spouses and families (Drummond, 1976 and Skolnick, 1966...
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