Three Different Worlds: Women, Men, and Children in an Industrializing Community (Contributions in Family Studies)

 
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Three Different Worlds: Women, Men, and Children in an Industrializing Community (Contributions in Family Studies)

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?A refreshing research effort, away from the isolated social unit approach of anthropology. Using an orientation similar to that of Norman B. Schwartz, Rothstein develops the sociohistorical processes of industrialization and capitalism.... She makes some interesting parallels among many of the social sciences. An interesting issue that one may examine in light of her findings is the argument of sociologist Georg Simmel that money in and of itself dictates the direction of the economy. As people begin to devise differing values of money as compensation, new economic systems are sought to justify the new priority. ... Excellent multidisciplinary bibliography and many fine and easily understood charts and graphs. Undergraduate, graduate, and faculty-level use.?-Choice

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