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Soci 130 FA 2008 August 27 Reading Questions Chapter 2 (pp. 35-58): 1. a. In your own words, define familial mode of production and labor market mode of production. Familial refers to how work to sustain themselves through the products of their work…Labor market refers to how people work for a wage which they use to buy the things that they need b. Identify the two changes in family life that occurred following the transition from the familial to the labor market mode of production. Affection and mutual respect grew rather than male authority…more affection and care was provided to the children as families had fewer 2. Describe the activities that Plymouth Colony families were responsible for. How do these differ from what families do today? They were responsible for health care, legal correction, orphanages, nursing homes, and poorhouses…this differs from today because these are now the responsibilities of social institutions 3. a. In your own words, describe the ‘cult of True Womanhood.’ Women were
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