Part One introduces readers to the basic principles of Attachment Theory and their value in helping us understand why secure Attachments are so important to the health of persons and communities. In Part Two, contributors reflect upon some of the complex connections between public life and the quality of our Attachments. Part Three considers strategies for enabling change so that our culture, social policies and institutional practices can come to embrace the principle that Attachments and Affection Bonds matter for human security.
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