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Based on a wide reading of letters, diaries and other contemporary documents, Mintz, an historian, and Kellogg, an anthropologist, examine the changing definition of "family" in the United States over the course of the last three centuries, beginning with the modified European model of the earliest settlers. From there they survey the changes in the families of whites (working class, immigrants, and middle class) and blacks (slave and free) since the Colonial years, and identify four deep changes in family structure and ideology: the democratic family, the companionate family, the family of the 1950s, and lastly, the family of the '80s, vulnerable to societal changes but still holding together.
Book Details
ISBN-13: 9780029212912
Publisher: Free Press
Publisher Imprint: Free Press
Depth: 25
Language: English
Returnable: Y
Spine Width: 22 mm
Weight: 530 gr
ISBN-10: 002921291X
Publisher Date: 03 Apr 1989
Binding: Paperback
Height: 231 mm
No of Pages: 352
Series Title: English
Sub Title: A Social History of American Family Life
Width: 153 mm
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