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The central thesis of this article is that the ideology and structure of the U.S. family generates excessive parental dependence on children for validation; self-esteem; and, in some cases, intimacy and that this dependence is the cornerstone of enmeshed parent-child relationships. The article...
The author's qualitative study of 18 rural low-status women highlighted three aspects of social process that contribute to an understanding of the women's construction of self. These aspects are the women's (1) expectations of their performance of their roles in their families, (2) behavioral...
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