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Family Cycles: Strength, Decline, and Renewal in American Domestic Life, 1630-2000

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by Allan C. Carlson
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Family Cycles: Strength, Decline, and Renewal in American Domestic Life, 1630-2000 by Allan C. Carlson

In this paradigm-shifting volume, Allan C. Carlson identifies four distinct cycles of strength and weakness in the American family system which have occurred in remarkably consistent fifty-year swings in the United States since colonial times. The distinctly American family model identified by the author includes early and nearly universal marriage, high fertility, close attention to parental responsibilities, complementary gender roles, meaningful intergenerational bonds, and relative stability.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 170
Size: 3.3 MB
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 2370007491681 (DRM-PDF)

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