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Industrialisation.
Willmott & Young
P re
industrial
ext
e nded
famil
ies

Wo rk+home =economic pr
oducti
on uni
t E ar
ly
indust
ri
al
lar
gely
e xt
ende d
famil
ies

me n
w ork,
wo me n w i
th kin Mo dern
Indust
ri
al…

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Beck & Gurnsheim `
negot
iat
ed f
ami l
y'
compromisi
ng
no r
ms
acc
o r
ding
to
member
s cr
eat
es
a r
isk
soci
ety
as
it
i
s unst
abl
e
Weeks G r
ow i
ng
a ccept
ance
of
diver
sit…

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Warde & Hetherington
Me n
o nl
y
car
ry
out
`
femal
e'
rol
es
if
t
he
femal
e i
s not
ar
ound.
However
,
men
do
expect
t
o do
the
f
air
shar
e of
hous ework,
now.






Paid work and Housework.
Gershuny wi
ves…

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Chester Most
peopl
e st
il
l
marr
y t
hen
have
chi
ldren
* ¼
murder
s ar
e at
home*
Giddens
Home ­
`Saf
e
haven'
*domest
ic
viol
ence
repor
ted
ever
y mi
nut
e*











Increase in divorce down to: cha nging l
a ws no…

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*Fertility: 1.6 children per women Post WW2 baby boom*
Ke y w o r
d s:
Immi g r
a t
ion
­ mo vi
n g i
n.
E migrat
ion
­ mo vi
ng out
.
Ne t
migr
ati
o n
­ di
ff
erence bet
w…

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Opie
a r
gues chi
ldhood
is
not
disappear
ing
based on
research
int
o game s,
rhymes and
song s
of
chil
dren'
s cul
tur
e.
Palmer Toxi
c chi
ldhood
­ r
apid
technol
ogical
and
cul
tur
a l

ch anges
over
last
25year
s ­chi…

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