This series presents the latest research on the sociology of the family, with particular attention to family dynamics, changing family forms and the impact of events in the life-course and societal transformation on family practices.
Family Life in Transition Borders, Transnational Mobility, and Welfare Society in Nordic Countries
By Sharon Ee Ling Quah
March 13, 2020
This book explores the transnational aspects of divorce experiences. Transnational Divorce uncovers the stories of four main groups of transnational divorcees at the field site of Singapore, including low-income marriage migrant women from less wealthy countries, low-income citizen men, ...
Edited By Johanna Hiitola, Kati Turtiainen, Sabine Gruber, Marja Tiilikainen
January 31, 2020
This volume examines the ways in which bordering practices influence the everyday lives of racialized parents in the changing welfare states of Finland, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. Focusing on the need to negotiate, adjust, and reconcile family life, parenthood and parenting practices in the face ...
By Rikke Andreassen
January 14, 2020
Illustrating the fascinating intersections of online media and new kinship, this book presents a study of the increasing numbers of single women and lesbian couples reproducing by using donor sperm. It explores how they connect with each other online, develop intimate digital communities and, most ...
Edited By Maya Halatcheva-Trapp, Giulia Montanari, Tino Schlinzig
March 29, 2019
While the ‘spatial turn’ within the social sciences has already nurtured a broad discussion of the relation between society and space, little attention has so far been paid to the question of what we can learn about families when exploring space in its different facets. This book brings together ...