- Author:Tamara K. Hareven
- Publisher:UPA (March 16, 1993)
- Pages:490 pages
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Professor Hareven, a leading social historian, dispels this myth and illustrates how the family survived and became an active force in the modern factory
Professor Hareven, a leading social historian, dispels this myth and illustrates how the family survived and became an active force in the modern factory.
In this book, Hareven examines the multiple roles that the workers' families fulfilled in facilitating their adaptation to the pressures of changing work patterns and new . 363. The subjective reconstruction of past lives.
She reconstructs family and work patterns among immigrants as well as native textile laborers over two generations during a crucial period in the transformation of American industry from the late nineteenth century.
Story time just got better with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers hand-picked children’s . Tamara K. Hareven is Unidel Professor of Family Studies and History at the University of Delaware.
Story time just got better with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers hand-picked children’s books every 1, 2, or 3 months - at 40% off List Price. The dynamic quality of the story she has to tell is a striking achievement. A readable as well as informative study of the nature of work and of families at the grassroots. Carl N. Degler, Stanford University).
Tamara Kern Hareven (May 10, 1937 – October 18, 2002) was a social historian who wrote extensively on the history the family and the effects of social changes on family lives. Her books include Families, History and Social Change and Aging and Generational Relations. Born in Chernivtsi, Romania (now Ukraine), and of Jewish origin, she died of kidney failure at the age of 65.
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My response owes much to discussion with friends, especially Hal Benenson and Miriam Cohen. This essay was originally prepared for the Social Science History Association meeting, October 30, 1983, Washington, D. C. Recommend this journal.
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