Eric D. Widmer

Widmer, E.D., Weiss, C. (2000). Do older siblings make a difference? The effects of older sibling support and older sibling adjustment on the adjustment of socially disadvantaged adolescents. Journal of Research on Adolescence, vol. 10, n°1, pp. 1-29. Abstract | Full text



Widmer, E.D., La Farga, L.-A. (2000). Family Networks: A Sociometric Method to Study Relationships in Families. Field Methods, vol. 12, n°2, pp. 108-128. Abstract | Full text



Treas, J. and Widmer, E., D. (2000). Whose Money? Financial Management in Marriage: A multi-level analysis for 23 countries. In: J. Weesie and W. Raub(Eds). The management of durable relations: Theoretical and empirical models for households and organizations. Thela Thesis, Amsterdam, p. 1-14. Full text



Treas, J., Widmer, E.D. (2000). Married Women's Employment over the Life Course: Attitudes in Cross-National Perspective. Social Forces, vol. 78, n°4, pp. 1409-1436. Abstract | Full text



Widmer, E.D., Romney, A.K., Boyd, J. (1999). Cognitive aspects of step-terms in American kinship. American Anthropologist, vol. 101, n°2, pp. 374-378. Abstract | Full text



Widmer, E.D., La Farga, L.-A. (1999). Boundedness and Connectivity of Contemporary Families: A case study. Connections, vol. 22, n°2, pp. 30-36. Abstract | Full text



Widmer, E.D. (1999). Family contexts as cognitive networks: A structural approach of family relationships. Personal Relationships, vol. 6, n°4, pp. 487-503.

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Widmer, E.D. (1999). Les relations fraternelles des adolescents. Presses Universitaires de France, Paris. Abstract | Full text



Widmer, E. (1999). Compte-rendu du livre de T. Blöss. Les liens de famille. Sociologie des NPorts entre générations. L’ homme, , 149, 242-243.



Widmer, E.D. (1999). Compte-rendu du livre de B. et M. C. Pingaud. La généalogie entre science et passion. L’homme, 241242, 149, 241-242.



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