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The Israeli kibbutz , which has been weIl studied, works reasonably wen and the communal rearing of children in such a setting does not produce any strong detriment al effects, but it now appears that the parents often find their limited access to the children unsatisfying and in many kibbutzim there appears to be a move back to more traditional family styles. There is no uniform change in western sodety to a single alternative life style arrangement but there is rather an increasing diversity.
43 The family ADDOtated reading Herbert, M. (1975) Problems of Childhood. London: Pan. A comprehensive ac count of the problems of the early years, their treatment and prevention. Kellmer Pringle, M. (1980) The Needs of Children (2nd edn). London: Hutehinson. Important review of children's needs and how they may be met both inside and outside the family. Readable and authoritative book with important implications for so ci al policy. Kempe, R. and Kempe, E. (1978) Child Abuse. London: FontanajOpen Books.
Significant relationships are highly potent and there may be dangers, but generally the benefits far outweigh the costs. A variety of psychological needs are very weIl fulfilled in the traditional family setting. The child growing in the caring and stable family can generally develop skills and abili ties and achieve a potential for happiness better than in any other setting, and the adult can fulfil with the marital partner the needs of emotional support, freedom from loneliness, sex, stabili ty, and the building of a mutually comfortable 'social reali ty'.