SAGE Journal Articles
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Summary: This article seeks to introduce a more complex understanding of family change in Israel, through the case study of Israeli blended families.
Summary: Delayed marriage and childbearing, more births outside marriage, the increase in women’s labor force participation, and the aging of the population have altered family life and created new challenges for those with caregiving demands.
Summary: Families formed through multipartner fertility, where children with a common biological mother were conceived by different biological fathers, represent a growing share of all families in the United States.