3-nets with maximal family of two-dimensional subnets by Nagy P. T.

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In other words, the use of the term ‘family practices’ represents a means of engaging with the structure/ agency dichotomy. It represents an understanding of family matters which embraces the idea that different family networks achieve their goals in different ways, that family patterns are consequent on the actions of those involved and that there is fluidity and change possible within these patterns. At the same time, it recognises that this fluidity is not unbounded. Ways of being within different family contexts, ways of doing different family activities, ways of organising different family relationships become established as a response to both historical and biographical factors.

Taken with notions of ‘blood’ and marriage/partnership as the principles of genealogical connection, it conveys what most people think ‘family as kinship’ represents. Of course, the idea of ‘diffuse, enduring solidarity’ is itself rather a vague one – deliberately and necessarily so if it is to capture conceptions of ‘family’. But it encapsulates a framework against which the ‘family as kinship’ characteristics of different relationships can be assessed. All three elements here are of consequence, though it is the existence – and nature – of the solidarity that is most significant.

It reflects especially well ideas of movement and flexibility encapsulated in arguments about the shifting nature of relational commitment and the decreasing influence of a strong normative ordering governing family constitution. Moreover, the idea of the ‘unclear family’ signifies confusion over the distribution of family responsibilities, rights and obligations, a position many post-divorce families find themselves having to manage. As Simpson (1998) highlights, the negotiation and balancing of material and emotional commitments, responsibilities, interests, claims and rights to ex-spouses, children, new partners, and in some cases their wider kin, is inherently complex and frequently fraught, an issue also developed by Smart and Neale (1999) in their study of the aftermath of divorce.

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