SOC214H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Boston Marriage, Trade Union, Carol Smith (Contralto)

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3 Nov 2012
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New middle-class ideals of family and marriage in the 19th century and working class families. Last week- family economies, common in western europe, us, canada before. Industrial revolution because production took place in household, family relations and work relations were entangled- this family economy is dependent on and only happens when man has access to things in home. (ex. If farmer need land, skills in case of artisans) Family is a unit of work foremost, practical considerations take priority, how long son/daughter home under economic lens. Another implication of family economy- composition changes frequently. Tilly and scott if not enough producers bring some in. Children sent into service increasingly, tilly and scott gives numbers. Patriarchal households- women in position of dependency (cohen) Canada and us (they shape our ideals today) Nancy cott- read for brief description of ideas around the home, how people thought about the home. Maxine margolis- attempt to explain why this happened .

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