Family Networks by Michael Schluter

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Many people recognise the central importance of the family as the foundation for building a more caring and concerned Britain. However, few have identified the vital role of the ‘family network’ – that wider group of relatives who interact with us and also with one another. The cornflakes packet family, of two parents and two children around the breakfast table, is the core of many family units, but it is only part of the full picture…

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April, 1987

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