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The Age Of Independence

Author : Michael J. Rosenfeld
ISBN : 0674024974
Genre : History
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Michael Rosenfeld offers a new theory of family dynamics to account for the interesting and startling changes in marriage and family composition in the United States in recent years. His argument revolves around the independent life stage that emerged around 1960. This stage is experienced by young adults after they leave their parents' homes but before they settle down to start their own families. During this time, young men and women go away to college, travel abroad, begin careers, and enjoy social independence. This independent life stage has reduced parental control over the dating practices and mate selection of their children and has resulted in a sharp rise in interracial and same-sex unions--unions that were more easily averted by previous generations of parents. Complementing analysis of newly available census data from the entire twentieth century with in-depth interviews that explore the histories of families and couples, Rosenfeld proposes a conceptual model to explain many social changes that may seem unrelated but that flow from the same underlying logic. He shows, for example, that the more a relationship is transgressive of conventional morality, the more likely it is for the individuals to live away from their family and area of origin.

The Age Of Supported Independence

Author : Beatrice Hale
ISBN : 9048188148
Genre : Social Science
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This book investigates the experiences of older people who remain at home with care. It examines the transition points for the important life changes faced by family members who take on a greater care-giving role. The book draws on demographic analyses and qualitative fieldwork to explore the shift from independence to increasing dependence, and suggests that this transition constitutes movement into a new stage of life, that of an Age of Supported Independence. Applying the anthropological concept of rites of passage in their analysis, the authors focus on the changes in everyday living within the spatial environment of the home, the temporal organization of daily life, and the reshaping of relationships. They suggest that many older people – as well as the family members who become carers – remain in a state of ‘liminality’: unable to make sense of their new situation and experience and, despite assumptions that ageing-in-place sustains social connectedness, excluded from their communities.

Balkan Society In The Age Of Greek Independence

Author : King's College (University of London). Dept. of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies
ISBN : UOM:39076006725985
Genre : History
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Judicial Independence In The Age Of Democracy

Author : Peter H. Russell
ISBN : 0813920167
Genre : Law
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This collection of essays by leading scholars of constitutional law looks at a critical component of constitutional democracy--judicial independence--from an international comparative perspective. Peter H. Russell's introduction outlines a general theory of judicial independence, while the contributors analyze a variety of regimes from the United States and Latin America to Russia and Eastern Europe, Western Europe and the United Kingdom, Australia, Israel, Japan, and South Africa. Russell's conclusion compares these various regimes in light of his own analytical framework.

Role And Status Of The Postal Service In The Age Of Independence Working Party Report

Author : Trinidad and Tobago. Working Party on the Civil Service (Postal Service)
ISBN : OCLC:49492781
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The Future Independence And Progress Of American Medicine In The Age Of Chemistry

Author : John Jacob Abel
ISBN : 0530962624
Genre : History
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Trespassers Forgiven

Author : C.H. Godden
ISBN : 9780857717511
Genre : Travel
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Within three decades of the end of the Second World War, the once mighty British Empire had been dismantled leaving only a few residual spots of red on the world map. This was the age of de-colonisation and Independence. Trespassers Forgiven offers a personal glimpse into the history of British Honduras (Belize) at this crucial period in British history. C.H.Godden examines the long road Belize travelled to eventual independence in 1981 after more than a century as a British colony. He demonstrates the very real difficulties the new government faced and how the country’s progression to independence was considerably delayed by Guatemala’s territorial claim and the many international complications and obstacles that followed in its wake. Drawing on the author’s personal experiences at the Colonial Office in the region at this decisive time, Trespassers Forgiven illuminates the colony’s unique history and draws attention to the neglected and almost forgotten story of Britain’s involvement in Central America. It includes penetrating personal reflections and recollections which serve as both an important resource for historians of the British Empire and of the Caribbean as well as an enthralling memoir for the general reader.

Socio Cultural Transformation In An Age Of Independence

Author : Santosh Kumar Nandy
ISBN : UOM:39015050585895
Genre : India
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State And Society In Spanish America During The Age Of Revolution

Author : Victor Uribe Uran
ISBN : 0842028749
Genre : History
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State and Society in Spanish America during the Age of Revolution calls into question the orthodox split of Latin American history into colonial and modern, arguing that this split obscures significant economic, social, and even political continuities from 1780 to 1850. In addition, the book argues that the colonial-modern division makes it difficult to appraise historical changes in a comprehensive way. The book covers an unconventional period-1750 to 1850-and looks at the continuities over this longer, more comprehensive timespan. The essays discuss late colonial and postcolonial developments in gender, racial, class, and cultural relations across Latin America and in specific regions, including Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, and Chile. By bridging these two eras and looking at the "Age of Democratic Revolution" as a whole, the book allows readers to see the coming of Latin America's struggle for independence from Spain and Portugal and the changes after independence. Written by established Latin American scholars as well as up-and-coming historians, these essays are published in this volume for the first time. This book is ideal for courses on Latin American history, including colonial history, national history, and the "Age of Revolution."

Socio Cultural Transformation In An Age Of Independence The Resurgence Of India By Santosh Kumar Nandy

Author : Santosh Kumar Nandy
ISBN : LCCN:10087716
Genre : India Social Conditions
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