Family Formation in an Age of Nascent Capitalism - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780124450509, 9781483260754

Family Formation in an Age of Nascent Capitalism

1st Edition

Authors: David Levine
Editors: Charles Tilly Edward Shorter
eBook ISBN: 9781483260754
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 28th January 1977
Page Count: 208
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Description

Family Formation in an Age of Nascent Capitalism deals with the impact of early capitalism on the strategies of family formation among four sets of English villagers in the period before the wholesale switch-over to factory industry. This era, roughly speaking from 1550 to 1850, has been variously described as ""traditional,"" ""preindustrial,"" and, more recently, ""protoindustrial."" However, the author sees it as a stage in the transition from feudalism to capitalism—a halfway house. The book begins by placing the study in the context of the larger debate concerning nascent capitalism, early rural industrialization, and the growth of population. Separate chapters then discuss the growth and structure of the framework knitting industry in Shepshed and the social implications of this economic change; the patterns of immigration, population turnover, and generational replacement in Shepshed and Bottesford; and industrial involution and domestic organization in 1851. Subsequent chapters deal with the demographic implications of rural industrialization; the relationship between economic opportunity and family formation; and relationships among the expectation of marriage, bridal pregnancy, and illegitimacy.

Table of Contents


List of Figures and Tables

Acknowledgments

1 Introduction

2 The Social and Economic Background

3 Immigration, Population Turnover, and Generational Replacement

4 Industrial Involution and Domestic Organization

5 The Demographic Implications of Rural Industrialization

6 Economic Opportunity and Family Formation: the Case of Bottesford

Appendix: Crisis Mortality in Bottesford

7 Colyton Revisited

8 Proletarianization and Pauperism: the Case of Terling

9 Illegitimacy: Marriage Frustrated, Not Promiscuity Rampant

10 Conclusion

Appendix: The Reliability of Parochial Registration and the Representativeness of Family Reconstitution

References

Index

Details

No. of pages:
208
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1977
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9781483260754

About the Author

David Levine

Affiliations and Expertise

Professor of Medicine and Head, Division of Nephrology, University of Ottawa and Ottawa General Hospital, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

About the Editor

Charles Tilly

Affiliations and Expertise

University of Michigan, U.S.A.

Edward Shorter

Affiliations and Expertise

University of Toronto, Canada

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