family, from institution to companionship

by Ernest Watson Burgess

Publisher: American Book Co. in [New York]

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Includes bibliography

Statement[by] Ernest W. Burgess & Harvey J. Locke
SeriesAmerican sociology series
ContributionsLocke, Harvey James, 1900- joint author
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 729 p.
Number of Pages729
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14820633M

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By Ernest W. Burgess and Harvey J. Locke. New York: The American Book Company, pp. $Author: Donald S. Klaiss. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

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The family: From institution to companionship. New York: American Book Company. E-mail Citation» In this early family sociology text, Burgess and Locke discuss changes in family life over time. Among the changes they highlight is the increased prominence of intimacy in familial relationships.

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Burgess, Harvey J. Locke [and] Mary Margaret Thomes 1 edition. The institution of marriage has changed more during the last fifty years than in any comparable period in American history.

With respect to demographic trends, age at first marriage increased, cohabitation became common as a prelude to marriage, the divorce rate rose, and the percentage of marriages in which one or both spouses had been married previously by: 5.

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Wikipedia Citation. cal look at how the family is defined in Wisconsin law. Do We Know a Family When We See One. The family is said to be universal because it is found in more societies than any other social institution, including the economy, the state, religious communities, and educational organizations.

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An exploratory factor analysis revealed the following four factors, accounting for % of the total variance: Familial Support, Familial Interconnectedness, Familial Honor, and Subjugation of Self for by: May 11,  · Companionate Marriage – Inground-breaking sociologist Ernest Burgess noted that marriage in America had been shifting “from an institution to a companionship” over the previous few decades.

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Discuss the similarities and differences between your definition and. Questions about inequalities in marriage and the distribution of power within the relationship have long been a concern within sociology of particular, ideas about historic shifts in the dominance of husbands/fathers within families have vied with feminist inspired views of the continuing significance of patriarchal control in both public and private spheres.

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A functional understanding of the family thus stresses the ways in which the family as a social institution helps make society possible. As such, the family performs several important functions. First, the family is the primary unit for socializing children.

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