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The Family and Family Relationships, 1500-1900: England, France and the United States of America (Themes in Comparative History) epub

by Rosemary O'Day


The Family and Family Relationships, 1500-1900: England, France and the United States of America (Themes in Comparative History) epub

ISBN: 033337293X

ISBN13: 978-0333372937

Author: Rosemary O'Day

Category: Reference

Subcategory: Writing Research & Publishing Guides

Language: English

Publisher: Red Globe Press; 1994 edition (October 26, 1994)

Pages: 368 pages

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England, France and the United States of America

England, France and the United States of America. Author(s): Rosemary O'Day. Publisher: Red Globe Press. While historians have written with ease about the state and the church, the family has so far defied historical analysis. As the primary cell of human social organisation, upon which both state and church depend, it is of crucial importance.

Family and Family Relationships, 1500–1900: England, France and the United States of America, Macmillan, 1994. Retrieved Riches: The History of Social Investigation in Britain, Scolar Press, 1995. Longman Companion to the Tudor age, Longman, 1995. The Professions in Early Modern England: Servants of the Commonweal, Longman, 2000. Women's Agency in Early Modern Britain and the American Colonies, Longman, 2007. Cassandra Brydges (1670-1735) First Duchess of Chandos: Life and Letters, Boydell and Brewer, 2007.

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The first half of the book develops several alternative models of family decision making. Particular attention is paid to the collective model and its testable implications. The second half discusses household formation and dissolution and who marries whom.

While historians have written with ease about the state and the church, the family has so far defied historical analysis. As the primary cell of human social organisation, upon which both state and church depend, it is of crucial importance. In this concise, informative and stimulating book, Rosemary O'Day seeks to explain the difficulties facing the historian of the family and to suggest strategies for their solution. She compares families and households in time, space and economy over the period 1500-1914 and draws together the important existing work.