Family and civilization.

New York [1947] .

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Subjects Civilisation occidentale.
Families -- History.
Famille -- Histoire.
Series Harper's social science series.
Description x, 829 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1947]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction -- Schools of family sociology -- The evolutionary theory -- The Herodotan myths -- The family of civilization -- Family types and civilization -- Mutual power of husband vs. wife and parent vs. child -- The household versus relatives -- Fluctuation of the family bond -- Introduction to the Graeco-Roman family systems -- The Greek family in its trustee and domestic periods -- The Greek atomistic family as described by Isaeus and Socrates -- The Greek atomistic family (reactions of philosophers and the masses) -- The Roman family in its trustee and domestic periods -- Roman law and the change from trustee to domestic familism -- Roman atomistic family from Augustine to Constantine -- From late Roman to trustee familism -- The trustee family of the Dark Ages -- Rise of the modern domestic family -- The rise of modern atomism from the Reformation to the nineteenth century -- Philosophy and familism in the nineteenth century -- The nineteenth-century atomistic family -- Disruption of public control of familism -- The importance of western civilization in family sociology -- The purposes of family sociology -- Basic family sociology -- The trustee family system -- causal analysis -- The domestic family system -- causal analysis -- The atomistic family system -- causal analysis -- The future of family and civilization.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)530528
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Zimmerman, Carle C., 1897-1983.
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