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Displaying all 12 Publications

Current search: 'Ray Pahl' and '2005'

  1. Bishops' Castle

    Ray Pahl

  2. On Respect: the social strains of social change

    Ray Pahl

  3. Have friends become the new family? Familial settings extend beyond old definition of blood ties

    Ray Pahl, Liz Spencer, and David J. Pevalin

  4. Budding friendships fill out the family tree

    Ray Pahl, Liz Spencer, and David J. Pevalin

  5. The chosen: our friendships have become a rare constant in a dislocated world

    Ray Pahl and Liz Spencer

  6. The chosen: our friendships have become a rare constant in a dislocated world

    Ray Pahl and Liz Spencer

  7. A guide to the five ages of friendship

    Ray Pahl and Liz Spencer

  8. Mail rates mates

    Ray Pahl and Liz Spencer

  9. Between family and friends: a longitudinal study of friendship choice

    Ray Pahl and David J. Pevalin

  10. Are all communities communities in the mind?

    Ray Pahl

  11. We all get by with a little help from 18 friends

    Ray Pahl and Liz Spencer

  12. A friend in need? Eighteen would be a lot better

    Ray Pahl and Liz Spencer


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