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111. Has the Modern Family Become More Child-Centred?

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This Sociology Factsheet:
• Provides a brief overview of the history of childhood.
• Identifies key reasons as to why families have potentially become more child-centred.
• Examines key reasons as to why families may not have become more child-centred.

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January 2013

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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