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Record #102368:

A conceptual approach to studying Icelandic families / Marjorie A. White.

Title: A conceptual approach to studying Icelandic families / Marjorie A. White.
Author(s): White, Marjorie A.
Date: [1989]
Publisher: Akureyri, Iceland: University of Akureyri
In: Líf undir leidharstjörnu. ([1989]),
Abstract: Speaker describes six-dimensional Family Dynamics Measure that she and colleagues have adopted. It is of general use, but they used it for studying families in 8th to 9th months of pregnancy and when baby was 8 months old. Icelandic families have highest fertility rate, highest cohabitation rate and lowest abortion rate compared with other Nordic countries. Fishermen's families had more psychiatric trouble than those of factory workers.
Notes:

In: Líf undir leidharstjörnu / Haraldur Bessason, ed.

Keywords: 36 -- Social welfare.
362.15 -- Maternity welfare.
616.89 -- Psychiatry.
I -- Medicine and health.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*35) -- Iceland.
SPRI record no.: 102368

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