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Author: Anya Jabour
ISBN13: 978-0618214754
Title: Major Problems in the History of American Families and Children (Major Problems in American History Series)
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Publisher: Cengage Learning; 1 edition (January 7, 2004)
Pages: 544

Major Problems in the History of American Families and Children (Major Problems in American History Series) by Anya Jabour



Series: Major Problems in American History Series.

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Part of the Major Problems in American History series, this text for courses in family history or history of childhood balances its discussion of marriage and gender relations with coverage on children and childhood. Relating history to larger political events, the text narrative balances coverage of public policy toward families with coverage of the experiences of family life.

Get started today for free. All Documents from Major Problems in the History of American Families and Children (Major Problems in American History). Major Problems In The History Of American Families And Children: Documents and Essays (Major Problems in American History). 0618214755 (ISBN13: 9780618214754). This book was required reading for the first class I TA'ed in graduate school: American Family History. Relating history to larger political events, the text narrative balances coverage of public policy toward families with coverage of the experiences of family life

Part of the Major Problems in American History series, this text for courses in family history or history of childhood balances its discussion of marriage and gender relations with coverage on children and childhood.

Book · January 2005 with 243 Reads. Publisher: Houghton Mifflin. For instance, a statistical shift from the pattern in the early decades, when most children left the orphanage for apprenticeships, to the later decades, when most children left the orphanage to be reunited with their families, supports the contention that poor white southerners, like their more fortunate neighbors, adopted the modern ideal of a child-centered family in the nineteenth century. The increasing centrality of mothers to family life likewise seems to characterize poor families as well as privileged ones.

Jabour, Major Problems in the History of American Families and Children, 2005 (ISBN 0-618-21475-5). Kupperman, Major Problems in American Colonial History, 3rd e. 2012 (ISBN 0-495-91299-9). tt/Goldfield, Major Problems in the History of the American South, 3rd e. 2012. Volume I: The Old South (ISBN 0-547-22831-7) Volume II: The New South (ISBN 0-547-22833-3). Merchant, Major Problems in American Environmental History, 3rd e. 2012 (ISBN 0-495-91242-5). This book follows the same general format as other volumes in the Major Problems in American History series. Each chapter begins with a short introduction that orients the student to the topic.

Majors: American History History. Workers with lack of experience could not get high salary, and had to live in dismal conditions. In the work Impossible Subjects: Illegal Aliens and the Making of Modern America, she examined immigration conditions and the problems related to the issues of race, gender, class, and ethnicity. This book addresses these and other issues by charting the historical origins of the illegal alien in America law and society and the emergence of illegal immigration as the central problem in U. S. immigration policy in the twentieth century.

Part of the Major Problems in American History series, this text for courses in family history or history of childhood balances its discussion of marriage and gender relations with coverage on children and childhood. Offering a thorough treatment of race, ethnicity, and class from colonial times to the present, this edition grants sustained attention to Native Americans and Latinos. Relating history to larger political events, the text narrative balances coverage of public policy toward families with coverage of the experiences of family life.
Reviews: 5
Agagamand
This book was purchased for an online course. It has been a fairly decent book as history texts go. My only complaint, and why it dropped down to 3 stars, is the craftsmanship of the book. Every other page turn has extra drop(s) of glue in the middle margins. It is rather annoying to be reading along, then have to pull the pages apart to fully separate the pages. So far, it has not interrupted the actual text.
Shakagul
This text reveals a wealth of information on the American family, offering a lot of surprises. Many of our modern assumptions about wedding ceremonies, children, spousal partnerships, and the involvement (or in some cases, intrusion) of both church and government are debunked by thorough research into the facts. It is a very entertaining work for the casual reader at the same time it is an excellent source for the more serious researcher.
Fhois
This is an essay book, which can be great for college courses, but not much of a sit down to read for enjoyment kind of book.
Authis
Arrived as promised
caif
Good