volume 34, issue 4, P828-836 1986
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-954x.1986.tb00699.x
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Abstract: Abstract This article reviews previous estimates of the frequency of ‘normal families’1 in the UK and USA. Using evidence from the 1981 UK Census it is found that ‘normal families’ account for a very small percentage of all ‘families’ in England and Wales. No single central type of ‘family’ exists and there is therefore an urgent need to develop theoretical approaches which address this issue.

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