Chapter 3 - Chapter 3: The Historical Making of Family...

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Chapter 3: The Historical Making of Family Diversity 1. STRUCTURAL DIVERSITY APPROACH: one arguing that racial and ethnic families are merely cultural artifacts, but are shaped through their interaction with social structures 2. Industrialization and family life a. FAMILY-WAGE ECONOMY: goods and services were produced outside the home b. The frontier expanded to the west coast 3. Marcostructural Transformations a. Before the American civil war b. Development of sharp distinctions between a middle class whose wealth was based on business and industry and industrial working class whose labor produced that wealth c. More production was moved from the home to industrialized outside the home d. Men became wage workers and women stayed home e. SOCIAL PRODUCTION: creation of goods, the varied ways in which people make a living, producing commodities on the job f. SOCIAL REPRODUCTION: the work of caring for family in the home g. Production of daily goods which were once made in the home, were made in a
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