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Breaking With Tradition. Diversity, Conflict, and Change in Contemporary American Families (Reynolds Series in Sociology). Published October 1992 by General Hall.
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Cite this publication. American, and more broadly the Western, family changed more dramatically in the latter half of. the twentieth century than in any comparable span of time in our history. assumption that change in family systems occurs for a single reason or even a common set of. reasons that play out similarly in all societies or within all parts of a single society.
The diversity of patterns of American family life is really remarkable. The ancestors of present-day Americans came from more than 17 different European countries, Canada, Mexico, from other Latin American nations, as well as from Africa, China, Japan, the Philippines and many other eastern countries. There are over 22 million blacks (Afro-Americans) living in the US. In addition there are more than 700,000 Native Americans (American Indians).