In the late 1700s and early 1800s American marriage seemed to change o Greater

In the late 1700s and early 1800s american marriage

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In the late 1700s and early 1800s, American marriage seemed to changeoGreater importance was given to affection and mutual respect rather than male authorityoIncreasing attention was paid to the loving care of (declining # of) kidsUnder the emerging doctrine of “separation of spheres”, men sphere was the world outside the home, women’s, the home, relatives, and childrenWomen’s sphere restricted their opportunities but also fostered friendships and participation in public organizationsAfrican American, Mexican American, and Asian Immigrant FamiliesThe family lives of groups that emigrated from Africa (through slavery), Mexico, and Asia differed from the family lives of European immigrantsThe women in all immigrant families were more likely to contribute economically than were middle-class womenAfrican American families have maintained stronger ties to extended kin and borne a higher percentage of children outside of marriage than have European American families.Most African American families had two parents, even during slavery.Early Mexican settlers included a landed elite and a larger population of mestizos.Mexican families use the tradition of compadrazgo to obtain assistance for children Chinese immigration was heavily male at first, and immigrants sent home remittances to familyJapanese families were sent to internment camps during WWIIBoth Chinese and Japanese families were patrilineal, with arranged marriages.
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  • Fall '08
  • DALEXANDER
  • Sociology

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