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|Title:||Thinking about sociological work on personal and family life in the light of research on young people's experience of parental substance misuse|
|Editor(s):||Ribbens, McCarthy J|
|Citation:||Wilson S (2013) Thinking about sociological work on personal and family life in the light of research on young people's experience of parental substance misuse. In: Ribbens MJ, Hooper C & Gillies V (eds.) Family Troubles?: Exploring changes and challenges in the family lives of children and young people. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 163-172. http://www.policypress.co.uk/display.asp?K=9781447304432|
difficult family circumstances
parental substance misuse
|Abstract:||The chapter explores work on parental substance misuse in the light of recent mainstream sociological work on personal and family life which has tended not to explore such experiences.|
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