Sociology, 4 STAGES OF SYMMETRICAL FAMILY

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  • THE FOUR STAGES.
    • Stage 1. The Pre-Industrial Family.
      • UNIT OF PRODUCTION
      • WORKING TOGETHER
    • Stage 2. The Early Industrial Family.
      • WORKING IN FACTORIES
      • LAWS RESTRICTED WORK AND 1880 SCHOOL
      • GENDERED DIVISION CREATED
      • CLOSE FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS
      • BOND BETWEEN FAMILIES WEAKENED
    • Stage 3. The Privatised Family.
      • 20TH CENTURY
      • GEOGRAPHICAL AND SOCIAL MOBILITY WEAKENED KINSHIP
      • NUCLEAR FAMILY BECAME A SITE OF CONSUMPTION
      • IMPROVEMENTS
      • SYMMETRICAL FAMILY OCCURRED
      • LITTLE CONTACT WITH WIDER KINSHIP NETWORK
      • ROLES OF HUSBAND AND WIVES = INCREASINGLY SIMILAR
      • WIVES MAINLY RESPONSIBLE FOR CHILDCARE
      • HUSBANDS PLAY A GREATER ROLE THAN THE WOMEN
    • Stage 4. The Managing Director Family.
      • PREDICTION
      • GENDERED ROLES
      • HUSBANDS WORKED
      • WIVES HAD RESPONSIBILITIES OF DOMESTIC WORK

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