ERIC Number: ED260841
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1985-Mar
Reference Count: N/A
Social Change and Family Policies. Final Papers, Part 5. International CFR Seminar (20th, Melbourne, Australia, August 19-24, 1984).
Asche, Justice Austin; And Others
This document contains final papers presented at an International Committee on Family Research (CFR) seminar; included are key, discussant, and free papers as well as closing and farewell addresses. Key papers covered (1) worldwide trends in administrating family policy and (2) work, economic policies, and welfare consequences and responsibilities. Clio Presvelou's "World Survey on Availability of Family Policy Guidelines," Jacqueline Ancelin's "Family Policy and Social Changes in France," and Pierre Cliche's "Quebec's Family Policy: Social Policy or Demographic Policy" address the first topic. Orjan Hultaker's "Income Security Policies and the Application of Marginal or Universal Approaches" addresses the second. Discussant papers focus on several conference issues, including the desirability of supporting the family and pressures, conflicts and expectations of family life; major demographic trends affecting family policy; worldwide trends in the administration of family policy; youth policies and the family/work/education relationship; and legal regulation of the family and the effect of changes in family law. Free papers are Wei Zhangling's "Effects of Population Policy on Families in Contemporary China"; Wolfgang Voegeli and Barbara Willenbacher's "Family Policy and the Implementation of the Constitutional Equal Rights Clause in the Federal Republic of Germany"; Iteka Weeda's "Changing Ideals about the Family and Other Life Styles in Their Macro-Sociological Significance in the Netherlands"; and Gordon F. Streib's "Family Change and Social Policy: Shared Living for the Elderly." The document concludes with Don Edgar's closing address and farewell addresses by Lazlo Cseh-Szombathy, Andre Rauget, Roland Eckert, and Don Edgar. (RH)
Descriptors: Demography, Family Life, Family (Sociological Unit), Family Structure, Federal Legislation, Global Approach, Guidelines, Older Adults, Program Administration, Public Policy, Social Change, Social Problems, Welfare Services, Youth
Institute of Family Studies, 766 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia (no price quoted).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Opinion Papers; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Institute of Family Studies, Melbourne (Australia).
Identifiers - Location: Australia; Canada; China; France; Netherlands; West Germany