By London, 1970. Elliott, Katherine May, ; Ciba Foundation. Symposium on the Family and Its Future
Chapter 1 Comparative relations styles (pages 1–12): Robin Fox
Chapter 2 The research of family members Roles (pages 13–24): Nicholas Tavuchis
Chapter three Parental accountability for Adolescent adulthood (pages 25–38): Derek Miller
Chapter four destiny family members styles and Society (pages 39–50): Francois H. M. Raveau
Chapter five Marriage and the kin within the close to destiny (pages 51–67): Robert S. Weiss
Chapter 6 Environmental making plans and Its impact at the relations (pages 69–86): Su Rogers
Chapter 7 The kinfolk and the legislation in 1970 (pages 87–100): Olive M. Stone
Chapter eight organic law of copy (pages 101–116): Anne McLaren
Chapter nine the improvement of birth control: Psychodynamic issues (pages 117–138): Thorsten Sjovall
Chapter 10 alterations in strategies of Parenthood (pages 139–156): John and Elizabeth Newson
Chapter eleven altering tendencies in baby improvement (pages 157–171): Ettore Rossi and Norbert Herschkowitz
Chapter 12 The Making of the fashionable relations (pages 173–197): Ronald Fletcher
Chapter thirteen Chairman's last feedback (pages 199–204): Alex convenience
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You began by talking about animals and then you went on to talk about human maturation. You were using a psychological or psychiatric frame of reference and the terminology applicable to such a frame of reference, but you wanted to answer the kinds of problems you set yourself in terms of sociological changes: changes in the social system. I think this is an inadmissible approach, because social systems actually create needs, like the need for significant other grown-ups ;the idea that there are basic needs and a basic maturation process which society may or may not satisfy is completely incompatiblewith this kind of sociologicalframe of reference.
It is so much attenuated that the child-rearing unit is never dominant. Both wife and husband give most of their available time to community activities, whether para-professional, leisure, cultural, sport, political or religious. As soon as the child seems old enough to be ‘minded’ collectively, the parents spend even less time in the family unit. Compared with the French families there is a definite loss of interest in the family nucleus and increased receptivity to outside activities. This of course has its corollary in a different view of sexual fidelity and conjugal morality.
Miller: I think there is a link between mother domination and absence of male figures and homosexuality in young men. I believe that if the mother and child are isolated :the mother cannot 'possibly bring up a healthy child, girl or boy. The teenage mothers of illegitimate babies can bring up their children, providing society can offer them social support and father figures. But a father and a mother in isolation, however good they are at meeting a child's needs, cannot bring up a healthy child.
Ciba Foundation Symposium - The Family and Its Future by London, 1970. Elliott, Katherine May, ; Ciba Foundation. Symposium on the Family and Its Future