All In The Family . . . Ties!
An Integrated, Interdisciplinary, Thematic Study of Sources of Strength: The American Family in the 20th Century The most basic of all institutions, the family is the most important social unit in every society. Yet today, there are so many who would contend that this most basic unit has been coming apart at the seams and is so dysfunctional that it is virtually useless. Optimism prevailing, the proposal is that by examining various forms of literature, individuals can still find strength in the support offered by the family unit, very often in spite of any given environmental factors or circumstance.