- found: Work cat.: Martin, E.P. The black extended family, 1978.
- found: International encyclopedia of marriage and family, 2003: v. 3, p. 536 (Traditionally, the term extended family has been applied to the kinship network of social and economic ties composed of the nuclear family (parents and children) plus other, less immediate relatives)
- found: Corsini, R.J. The dictionary of psychology, 1999: (extended family -- A number of nuclear families, related by blood, who live in one household or in close quarters)
- found: Colman, A.M. A dictionary of psychology, 2001: (extended family ... A family unit comprising not only a mother, father, and their children, but other relatives, such as grandparents, uncles, and aunts)
- found: Johnson, A.G. The Blackwell dictionary of sociology, 2000: pp. 118-119 (the nuclear family model is most often contrasted with the extended family -- parents, their children, and assorted relatives living in the same household)
- found: Am. heritage dict. (extended family: a family group that consists of parents, children, and other close relatives, often living in close proximity)
- found: Thes. psych. index terms (Extended family)
- found: Women's thes. (extended families)
- found: Thes. sociological indexing terms (Extended family)
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