Includes bibliographical references (p. -174) and index.
Compressed modernity and its familial basis -- Accidental pluralism -- The social investment family and educational politics -- The nuclear family and welfare politics -- Women's labor and gendered industrialization -- The peasant family and rural-urban relations -- Chaebol : the logic of familial capitalism -- Politics of defamiliation -- The sustainability crisis of familial modernity.
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