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Transitions : the family and the life course in historical perspective / edited by Tamara K. Hareven

Contributor(s): Hareven, Tamara K [ed.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York [etc.] : Academic Press, cop. 1978Description: xx, 304 p.; 24 cm.ISBN: 0123251508.Subject(s): Família -- Estats Units d'Amèrica -- Història -- S. XIX | Família -- HistòriaMateria (POPIN): ESTADOS UNIDOS | VIDA FAMILIAR | CONDICIONES SOCIALES | CONDICIONES ECONÓMICAS | HISTORIA | S. XIX | FAMILIAMatèria (POPIN): ESTATS UNITS | VIDA FAMILIAR | CONDICIONS SOCIALS | CONDICIONS ECONÒMIQUES | HISTÒRIA | S. XIX | FAMÍLIASubject (POPIN): UNITED STATES | FAMILY LIFE | SOCIAL CONDITIONS | ECONOMIC CONDITIONS | HISTORY | 19th CENTURY | FAMILYCDU: 392.3(73)"18" Summary: Transitions: The Family and the Life Course in Historical Perspective covers a life-course analysis in relation to history and the application of the approach to a common data set for late 19th-century American communities in Essex County, Massachusetts. The book discusses the life-course development in relation to historical change; the historical changes in age configurations along the life course; and the use of demographic scaffolding for analyzing family behavior and life-course transitions. The text also describes models of economic behavior to the historical patterns.
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Transitions: The Family and the Life Course in Historical Perspective covers a life-course analysis in relation to history and the application of the approach to a common data set for late 19th-century American communities in Essex County, Massachusetts. The book discusses the life-course development in relation to historical change; the historical changes in age configurations along the life course; and the use of demographic scaffolding for analyzing family behavior and life-course transitions. The text also describes models of economic behavior to the historical patterns.

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