6 edition of Gender and Fatherhood in the Nineteenth Century (Gender and History) found in the catalog.
April 3, 2007
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
|Contributions||Helen Rogers (Editor), Trev Broughton (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
There has been fluctuation than sustained increase in the interest in fathering during the past century (Atkinson, et al, ). Without doubt, the examination of fatherhood and family in the nineteenth and the twentieth century have been explored from different academic disciplines with limited : Gerald Ogbuja. Manliness and Masculinities in Nineteenth-Century Britain book. Essays on Gender, Family and Empire. and the development of an agenda of key historical issues which have become central to our conceptualising of gender in history. Later essays take up the issue of periodisation and the relationship of masculinity to other historical Cited by:
Gender representations reproduce and legitimate gender systems. To examine this aspect of the gendered social order, we analyze the representation of males and females in the titles and central. On Gender Equality in Parenting, Fatherhood and Human Paternal Behavior “In the nineteenth century, the central moral challenge was slavery. In the twentieth century, it .
Making Sense of Fatherhood Gender, Caring and Work. Get access. Throughout this book gender theory and practice are skilfully interwoven resulting in new insights into how change in gender roles might happen.’ T.L. and Rogers, H. () Gender and Fatherhood in the Nineteenth Century. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. Browne, J Cited by: Gender roles in Colonial America Hartman 1 During the late seventeenth & early eighteenth century in Colonial & English America, the roles men expected of women followed a strict guideline. Those guidelines kept women in certain boundaries. Women had no defined legal identity as an Size: KB.
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Gender and Fatherhood in the Nineteenth Century: offers nuanced re-readings of artistic and literary representations of domesticity, investigations of fathering at home and at work, and of legal, political and religious discourses, suggesting that fatherhood generated more anxiety and debate than previously acknowledged.
Gender and Fatherhood in the Nineteenth Century: offers nuanced re-readings of artistic and literary representations of domesticity, investigations of fathering at home and at work, and of legal, political and religious discourses, suggesting that fatherhood generated more anxiety and debate than previously acknowledgedFormat: Paperback.
Get this from a library. Gender and fatherhood in the nineteenth century. [Trev Lynn Broughton; Helen Rogers;] -- Despite current debate over the paternal role, fatherhood is a relatively new area of investigation in literary, historical and cultural studies.
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HQ G Gender and fatherhood in the nineteenth century / edited by Trev Lynn Broughton and Helen Rogers. Published: 15 May From marriage and sexuality to education and rights, Professor Kathryn Hughes looks at attitudes towards gender in 19th-century Britain.
During the Victorian period men and women’s roles became more sharply defined than at any time in history. In earlier centuries it had been usual for women to work alongside husbands.
This is achieved through a focus on working-class autobiography as a source of evidence, building on Trev Lynn Broughton and Helen Rogers’ model in Gender and Fatherhood in the Nineteenth Century, in which they mapped out the ways in which Victorian fatherhood had been explored and argued for the need to explore fatherhood as a process with.
"Family Men is a major contribution to the history of family and of gender, with findings and implications that make it significant in the more general areas of social and cultural history.
The author reveals that the standard interpretation of fatherhood for this period (asserting its decline) is pat, oversimplified, and perhaps just plain wrong."Cited by: Like all things, “fatherhood” has a history.
From the enslaved men of the Anglo-American Atlantic to the middling sort to working class daddies and “their chairs,” ideas about fatherhood across socio-economic status in the nineteenth century shared one common trope: fathers were supposed to be : Averill Earls.
In the second half of the nineteenth century, fathers in the U.S. left their small farms and busi-nesses to seek employment away from home in an emerging industrial economy. In so doing, they left the responsibility for rearing children largely to mothers, and, not surprisingly, the predominant con-struction of fatherhood in the twentieth Cited by: R.
Griswold, Fatherhood in America: A History (New York, ); S. Johansen, Family Men: Middle-Class Fatherhood in Early Industrializing America (New York, ); L. Wilson, ‘“Ye heart of a Father”: Male Parenting in Colonial New England’, Journal of Family History 24 (), pp.
– Fathers were also a focus of historians of eighteenth-century French political culture: Cited by: 1. The fatherhood revolution started fairly recently, in the late 20 th century.
Yet it should be characterized by its intensity, not its age. Yet. The nineteenth century has been referred to as the Woman's Century, and it was a period of amazing change and progress for American women.
There were great leaps forward in women's legal status, their entrance into higher education and the professions, and their roles in public life. In addition, approximately two million African American female slaves gained their freedom.
Fatherhood in industrialising communities’, in T. Broughton and H. Rogers, eds., Gender and fatherhood in the nineteenth century (Basingstoke, ), pp. – 9 For use of autobiography as empirical evidence of childhood see Humphries, Jane, Childhood and child labour in the British industrial revolution (Cambridge, ).Cited by: 8.
Although we know much about motherhood in nineteenth-century America, this is the first book available on nineteenth-century fatherhood Historians have neglected the topic in part due to their reliance on the separate spheres ideology when developing their views of nineteenth-century : Shawn Johansen.
Gender and Paternity in the Modern Age, held at Liverpool John Moores University inwhich opened up a fabulously rich ﬁeld for researchers from all disciplines.
The paper I gave on Kingsley, included in the book of conference essays, Gender and Fatherhood in the Nineteenth Century (), edited by Trev Lynn Broughton and Helen Rogers, has. Gender in History reminds us, however, that several factors have influenced the extent to which such traditions are enforced.
Most commonly, necessity has ensured that many women have possessed more agency in terms of making decisions and managing family, household, domestic economy and property than these customs and law codes would suggest.Journal of Social History () Although we know much about motherhood in nineteenth-century America, this is the first book available on Author: Shawn Johansen.