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Master of Science (MS)
Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology
Therel R. Black
The family is the basic institution of society. It is within the family that the individual develops his basic points of view and achieves a pattern of adjustment toward life. One of the most strategic factors in the family setting, insofar as personality development is concerned, is the parent-child relationship. Although it is evident that this relationship plays a great part in the socialization of the child, much remains to be understood concerning the underlying conditions within the family that affect his relationship.
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