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Kinship, Family and Social Network: The anthropological embedment of fertility change in Southern Europe

Abstract
1 A methodological premise
2 Demographic practices are spatially embedded 'lore'
3 Household patterns in historic Europe and the present demographic choices
4 The co-ordinates of Le Play's household typology
5 Kinship & strong ties: concentric circles round the family
6 Familism and asabiyyah. Towards a tripartite typology of family models
7 Conclusions. In search of symptom-formation factors
8 Post Scriptum. Flowing back into the river-bed of the stem-family
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