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Families by Paul McCaffrey; H. W. Wilson (Editor)This collection surveys the influence of major events and social trends on the configuration of the contemporary American family. Several articles examine the changes for families, across economic levels, occasioned by unemployment, escalating health care costs, and a general anxiety over their economic future. The new structures of some ethnic families reveal some of the most dynamic transformations in family life today.
Sports in America by H. W. Wilson (Editor)As this volume reminds readers, sports influence nearly every sphere of American life. Topics cover sports and American youth, exploring how health and sportsmanship are fundamental aims of athleticism; Title IX; the relationship between college athletes, education, and economics; the big business of fantasy sports and debates on gambling; along with coverage of the two most controversial issues of the past few years - concussions and revelations on doping.