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Collection « Les sciences sociales contemporaines »

Rethinking Households. An atomistic perspective on European living arrangements (1998)
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Une édition électronique réalisée à partir du livre de Michel Verdon, Rethinking Households. An atomistic perspective on European living arrangements. London and New York: Routledge, 1998, 220 pp. Collection : ROUTLEDGE RESEARCH IN GENDER AND SOCIETY. Une édition numérique réalisée par Marcelle Bergeron, bénévole, professeure à la retraite de l'École polyvalente Dominique-Racine de Chicoutimi, Ville de Saguenay. [Autorisation de l'auteur accordée le 15 septembre 2007.]

Contents

List of illustrations 

Bibliography

Index 

Acknowledgements 

PART I
Towards an atomistic set of axioms

 

Introduction 

1. The ubiquity of collectivistic assumptions

Understanding axioms and their implications
Collectivism in the study of complex households
Collectivism and the stem family : Quebec and the Western Pyrenees
Collectivism and multiple family households : Russia and Eastern Europe

 

2. Family, residence, domesticity and households : the parameters of a conceptual morass

Towards the household : building a language for comparative analysis
Individuals and processes : deconstructing our language
The theoretical obstacles to the notion of household
Trying to rehabilitate the household
Solving some other empirical problems

 

3. An atomistic set of axioms for Western residence

Identifying our residential atoms
From atoms to axioms
From autonomy to MRU relationships
Spelling out more axioms
Putting culture in its proper place
Axioms, psychology and culture

 

4. Atomism, neo-individualism and household economics 

Annex : Residence, no 'principle of social organization'

 

PART II
Atomism applied : some paradigmatic cases

 

5. An atomistic view of the Russian multiple family household

Introduction
Family or individual property ?
Atomism in Russia
Explaining the Russian peasant multiple family household

 

6. An atomistic view of various stem families

Introduction
Atomism in the Pyrenees
A major typological divide
Inheritance and cohabitation
The stem family : continuity and change

 

7. The world we have lost : the medieval English household

Dispelling some confusion
The medieval English limit of residential growth : some conjectures

 

8. The world we have gained : Canada 1971-1986

Some preliminary considerations
Loneship ratios : 1971-1986
Income and household formation
Where are the others ? Complex households in contemporary Canada

 

9. Abutia : a different residential logic

The Abutia dwelling-place and its transmission
House transmission : changes and their repercussions
Classifying Abutia residential groups
A different residential logic
A different set of axioms

 

Conclusion



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Par Jean-Marie Tremblay, sociologue
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