The matrix of relationships in the Late Modern family in the Nordic countries

A haven in a heartless world, a disturbed nest och a secure base?

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEmergent trends in early childhood education : Towards an ecological and psychohistorical analysis of quality
Number of pages89
Place of PublicationHelsinki
PublisherUniversity of Helsinki, Department of Teacher Education
Publication date2000
Pages33-121
ISBN (Print) 951-45-9349-9
Publication statusPublished - 2000
MoE publication typeA3 Book chapter

Publication series

NameResearch Report
PublisherDepartment of Teacher Education, University of Helsinki
Number216
ISSN (Print)0359-4203

Fields of Science

  • 515 Psychology
  • Late Modern, family relationships, individualization, parental caretaking responsibility, parental authority

Cite this

Hautamäki, A. (2000). The matrix of relationships in the Late Modern family in the Nordic countries: A haven in a heartless world, a disturbed nest och a secure base? In Emergent trends in early childhood education : Towards an ecological and psychohistorical analysis of quality (pp. 33-121). (Research Report; No. 216). Helsinki: University of Helsinki, Department of Teacher Education.
Hautamäki, Airi. / The matrix of relationships in the Late Modern family in the Nordic countries : A haven in a heartless world, a disturbed nest och a secure base?. Emergent trends in early childhood education : Towards an ecological and psychohistorical analysis of quality. Helsinki : University of Helsinki, Department of Teacher Education, 2000. pp. 33-121 (Research Report; 216).
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Hautamäki, A 2000, The matrix of relationships in the Late Modern family in the Nordic countries: A haven in a heartless world, a disturbed nest och a secure base? in Emergent trends in early childhood education : Towards an ecological and psychohistorical analysis of quality. Research Report, no. 216, University of Helsinki, Department of Teacher Education, Helsinki, pp. 33-121.

The matrix of relationships in the Late Modern family in the Nordic countries : A haven in a heartless world, a disturbed nest och a secure base? / Hautamäki, Airi.

Emergent trends in early childhood education : Towards an ecological and psychohistorical analysis of quality. Helsinki : University of Helsinki, Department of Teacher Education, 2000. p. 33-121 (Research Report; No. 216).

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Hautamäki A. The matrix of relationships in the Late Modern family in the Nordic countries: A haven in a heartless world, a disturbed nest och a secure base? In Emergent trends in early childhood education : Towards an ecological and psychohistorical analysis of quality. Helsinki: University of Helsinki, Department of Teacher Education. 2000. p. 33-121. (Research Report; 216).