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A comparison of how children interact with their brothers and sisters on such 1950's situation comedy television programs as 'Leave It To Beaver' and 'Father Knows Best' with those on such 1980s programs as 'The Cosby Show' and 'Family Ties' found that children interacted more positively in the early period but were important and central - if more conflictual - to the main story action in the 1980s.<ref> Mary Strom Larson, "Sibling Interactions in 1950s Versus 1980s Sitcoms: A Comparison," ''Journalism Quarterly'' 1991 68(3): 381-387
==Further reading==
* Ariès, Philippe. ''Centuries of Childhood: A Social History of Family Life'' (1962), medieval and early modern France; by a leading conservative French historian
* Mintz, Steven, and Susan Kellogg. ''Domestic Revolutions: A Social History of American Family Life'' (1988), 316pp; the standard scholarly history [http excerpt and text search]* Mintz, Steven. ''Huck's Raft: A History of American Childhood.'' (2004). 464 pp., the standard scholarly history [http excerpt and text search]* Riney-Kehrberg, Pamela. ''Childhood on the Farm: Work, Play, and Coming of Age in the Midwest.'' (2005). 300 pp [http excerpt and text search]* Wead, Doug. ''All the Presidents' Children: Triumph and Tragedy in the Lives of America's First Families'' (2004) [http excerpt and text search]
* Werner, Emily, ed. ''Passages to America: Oral Histories of Child Immigrants from Ellis Island and Angel Island'' (2009)
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