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close this bookStrengthening the Family - Implications for International Development (UNU, 1991, 268 p.)
close this folderThe Javanese family
View the documentIntroduction to the Javanese model
View the documentEast Asian relationship to socio-economic development
View the documentAn overview of Java
View the documentConcepts of individual, family, and community
View the documentThe family arrangements
View the documentThe status of women in the javanese family
View the documentThe Javanese value of children
View the documentMarital relationships
View the documentRelationships in the family
View the documentSocial network and family support system
View the documentJavanese concept of life
View the documentTeaching manners and values
View the documentSocial implications of the javanese value system
View the documentChallenges for transition
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