By Rita Liljestrom
What are the long run clients of the fashionable kin? for a very long time the typical photograph within the West has been to determine the , together with economically autonomous spouses and their young children, because the ordinary consequence of the modernization strategy. because the hierarchies of patriarchal society vanish, a social order in response to equivalent and self reliant members prepared for self-realisation has been assumed. even if, excessive charges of divorce, usually stated family violence, childrens left on their lonesome at an early age, don't harmonize rather well with this idealized snapshot. serious research of kin order in international locations on the contrary edges of the ecu continent - Turkey and Sweden - methods those difficulties and makes an attempt to create a extra practical photo of relatives existence within the smooth global.
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The overwhelming, historical identification of women’s work with housework and childcare made these seem like a law of nature. Consequently, the law of 1734 laid the duty of providing for the family on the man, and the duty of managing the household on the woman. The husband controlled his wife’s working capacity to the extent that she had to have his permission to take a job outside the home. In an agrarian economy this was no problem, since the farmer and his wife were a production unit, but with the growth of urbanization and industrialization, tradition and legislation became a sort of bondage for wives.
They are particularly strong among the large numbers of rural and less urbanized groups where economic/utilitarian value of children and material interdependencies in the family are still important. html; Source for Turkey (1996): DIE, 1998 Ankara, Intihar Istatistikleri 1996. 32 AUTONOMY AND DEPENDENCE IN THE FAMILY Exogenous Factors and Limitations of the Model It may be claimed that both the model of family change proposed or the discussions thereof do not touch on some important social and cultural factors, such as gender or religion.