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Toward smaller families in the changing society

Jarl Lindgren

Toward smaller families in the changing society

fertility transition during the first phase of industrialization in three Finnish municipalities

by Jarl Lindgren

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Published by Population Research Institute in Helsinki, Finland .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Finland
    • Subjects:
    • Fertility, Human -- Finland -- History.,
    • Demographic transition -- Finland -- History.,
    • Family size -- Finland -- History.,
    • Finland -- Population -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 159-164.

      StatementJarl Lindgren.
      SeriesPublications of the Population Research Institute. Serie D,, no. 11, 1984, Publications of the Population Research Institute., no. 11.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB1018.3.A3 L56 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 208 p. :
      Number of Pages208
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2968749M
      LC Control Number84215031

      This paper examines the influence of social and economic change on family structure and relationships: How do such economic and social transformations as industrialization, urbanization, demographic change, the expansion of education, and the long-term growth of income influence the family? We take a comparative and historical approach, reviewing the experiences of three major sociocultural. the change from male breadwinner families to double income families when women began working. the shift from work done in a labor market outside the home to work done in the home by the family. policies providing support to people, which in turn allow them to be free from family dependency.

      Catholicism teaches that the family is the building block of society, but we often fail to realize the practical significance of these words. In our book, “The Corporal They are powerful tools of social change. God wants to change the world through our families. When we turn our hearts toward them and their hearts toward us, we do. By studying society’s parts and processes, Functionalists can better understand how society remains stable or adjusts to destabilizing forces when unwanted change is threatened. According to this theory most societies find that healthy balance and maintain it (unless they don’t and collapse as many have in the history of the world).

      Changing Families and sustainable societies. Through a multidisciplinary approach, the pro-je ct has combined a wide range of expertise in social sciences, law and the humanities repre-sented in the consortium of 25 research partners 6 6 EN Families in a changing society EU Project FamiliesAndSocieties final recommendations (I). society been composed of so many divergent tion in that it attempts to concentrate at-types of families. Families differ by sections tention upon what is distinctive of families of the country, by communities within the in the United States in comparison with city, by ethnic and religious groups, by eco- those of other countries. These differential.


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