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Chapter 6

Chapter 6

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Sociology
Course
SOC244H5
Professor
Jennifer Carlson
Semester
Summer

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Chapter 6: Patriarchial Relations of Production in 19 century th Ontario: Marjorie Griffin Cohen (Pages 85-96) Patriarchy: system of society or government in which men hold the power and women are largely excluded from it. Introduction In the 19 century, couples in Ontario built and sustained their families by mutual dependence and complementary responsibilities of the husband and wife In regards to property relations, Ontario was very similar to England in that women were regarded very differently than men This chapter derived from Womens Work, Markets, and Economic Development in Nineteenth-century Ontario, argues that gender relations characterizing family farms in pre-industrial Ontario were patriarchal (85) Patriarchal Relations of Production in 19 century Ontario- Cohen patriarchal productive relations can be defined as the organization of labour in which males, as husbands, fathers, and even sons and brothers, have power over the productive activities of their children, wives, and sometimes their sisters and mothers (85) Patriarchy The most important source of labour power in agricultural sector was the non-wages labour of family members www.notesolution.com
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