The Home: Multidisciplinary Reflections | Edward Elgar

HRF has much pleasure in informing you that our book ‘The Home’ edited by our Director Antonio Argandoña has been published.

  • Contents:

Bryan Sanderson, Home Renaissance Foundation

Carlos Cavallé, Social Trends Institute

Antonio Argandoña

1. The home: Multidisciplinary reflections
Antonio Argandoña

PART I Philosophy
2. What is a home? On the intrinsic nature of a home
Alfredo Marcos and Marta Bertolaso

3. Self and others: Home as a cradle of a non-violent relationship
Maria do Céu Patrão Neves

Part II Health Sciences
4. The impact of the home environment on children’s health and cognitive and social development
Sir Harry Burns

PART III Sociology
5. Reproducing homes: Intergenerational transmission of marriage and relationship legacy
Mark Regnerus

PART IV Economics
6. The family and economic theorizing
Stefano Zamagni

7. Pension provision, lifetime financial sustainability, care and dignity in old age: Legal and economic issues
E. Philip Davis and Rosa M. Lastra

PART V Geography
8. Spatial relationality and domesticity: Reality and functions of the home from a human geography perspective
Alban d’Entremont

Experts associated with the publication: A. Argandoña, M. Bertolaso, H. Burns, A. d’Entremont, M. do Céu Patrão Neves, E.P. Davis, R.M. Lastra, A. Marcos, M. Regnerus, S. Zamagni


  • Where and how to get it?

We are bringing out this interesting publication about the home in conjunction with the prestigious Edward Elgar Publishing who offer a print edition and an e-book through Google Play.

1) The book information page is here

2) The official online ebook version will be here

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