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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.]

INDEX 

Rethinking Households

 

absentee member ; Abutia (see also migrant labour)

absolute nuclear family (Todd)

absolute primogeniture, France/Western Pyrenees

Abutia, classifying residential groups ; different

residential logic ; different set of axioms ; dwelling-place and its transmission (changes in)

activity : groups and ; residence as adulthood ; Abutia ; and MRU status

Africa : household movement ; lineage and land-owning corporation ; see also Abutia ; Ashanti

ageing : contractual nature of care ; England ; hindrance to residential autonomy ; Pyrenees ; Quebec ; Russia

agricultural history, Quebec

Alderman, H.

Aleksandrov, VA.

Alps

altruism

Anderson, M.

anthropology : collectivism concepts ; economic ; and household composition ; and household/family history see also atomism ; atomistic set of axioms

Ariès, P.

Aristotle

Arrow, K.

Ashanti

atomism ; applied to Abutia ; applied to Canada ; applied to English medieval households ; applied to Russian multiple family households ; applied to stem families ; and neoindividualism/household economics

atomistic set of axioms ; axioms ; culture and ; MRU relationships ; identifying residential atoms ; summary of basic postulates

Augustins, G.

Austrian Alps

Autonomy see also domestic autonomy ; economic autonomy ; residential autonomy

axiomatic dualism

axioms ; Abutia

 

Bachelard, G.

Balkans

bargaining

Basque households

Béarn households

Becker, G. S.

Berthe, M.

biens avitins passim

Blanchard, I.

boarders see lodgers

Boas, E.

Bohac, R.

bonded individual property : Pyrenees ; Russia

Bonnain, R.

bonnes maisons, role in Pyrenean inheritance/cohabitation

Bourdieu, P.

Brown, S. B.

Burch, T. K.

Burgière, A.

Butel, E

 

Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure

Canada ; complex households ; income and household formation ; loneship ratios 1971-1986 ; property law ; see also Quebec

Carelian multiple family households

category ; residential

celibacy

Central European stem families ; limit of residential growth

Central Pyrenees

change, and limit of residential growth

change theory and English nuclear family

Chayanov, A. V.

Chodorow, N.

Clark, E.

Claverie, E.

coercion ; absent, Abutia ; absent, medieval England ; and axioms ; France/Pyrenees ; household economics and ; and MRU relationships ; removal, Canada ; Russian multiple family households

cognatic lineages

cohabitation ; see also coresidence ; equal cohabitation ; subordinate cohabitation

collectivism ; collective model of household ; and multiple family households ; and Russian multiple family household ; and stem family

Collier, J. E.

colonialism, effect on residential logic of Abutia

commercialization, in Quebec

communal family see famille communautaire

community, influence on social organization

comparison, anthropological

complex households ; Abutia ; Canada ; collectivism in study ; power configuration ; see also multiple family households ; stem families

concepts ; deconstructing language ; household ; rehabilitation of household ; theoretical obstacles to notion of household

conditional individual property see bonded individual property

conflict and cohabitation : Abutia ; England ; household economics and ; MRU relationships ; Pyrenees ; Russia

conjugal relationships ; medieval England

continuity theory of English nuclear family

contractual element : care of aged (see also retirement contracts) ; Russian property

coresidence ; Abutia ; Canada ; household economics and ; meaning ; and MRU formation ; MRU relationships ; resistance to ; see also cohabitation ; complex households ; multiple family households ; stem families

coresidential group, meaningless term

corporate ownership ; Abutia ; MRU relationships ; Pyrenees ; Russia

corporation ; see also corporate ownership

Corsica

Coutumes

co-wives, Abutia

criteria of membership

cultural area

cultural axioms

cultural elements ; Abutia ; see also cultural axioms

culturalism

Czap, Jr.

 

Davidson, F. G.

deconstruction

demographic factors in household change

demography ; see also family demography ; historical demography

Demolins, E.

Denich, B. S.

descent and residence

Development and Change

developmental cycle of domestic/residential groups

discontinuous representation of groups

distribution processes

division of labour ; and residential autonomy

divorce

domestic activities

domestic autonomy ; Abutia

domestic equality

domestic groups : and household/residence as concept ; invalid term

domestic subordination

domesticity, critique of

domiciliary rights, Abutia

Douglass, W. A.

downward subordinate stem family

dowry ; absent from Quebec ; Russia ; Western Pyrenees

duolocality ; Abutia

Durkheim, E.

dwelling-place ; Abutia (changes in transmission) ; England

dynamics, paradigm for relationship between axioms and problems

 

Eastern European multiple family households ; see also Russian multiple family households Eastern Pyrenees

economic activities

economic anthropology

economic autonomy ; Abutia

economic coercion

economic equality ; Abutia

economic factors : Abutia residential logic (see also economic autonomy) ; explanations of Russian multiple family households ; Canada

economic hindrances

economic subordination

economics, household

eldership see jural autonomy

endowment, Russian, called dowry

Engels, F.

England, Macfarlane and peasant societies

English households ; medieval (conceptual confusion ; limit of residential growth)

equal cohabitation

equal inheritance, Quebec

equality ; Basque ; Russian property ; see also corporate ownership ; domestic equality ; economic equality

Ermisch, J. E.

Etchelecou, A.

ethnography : collectivism ; see also anthropology

ethnohistory

evolutionist approach

exogamy

extended family : England ; MRU relationships

extraresidential factors, England

extraresidential power-holders ; Pyrenees ; Russia

 

familial units (Ermisch and Overton) see minimal household units (MHUs)

famille communautaire

famille taisible

family : distinguishing from household ; and household in Canada ; Smith and family as residential atom ; see also kinship ; stem families

family cycle (Seccombe) family demography

family economics and neoindividualist assumptions

family history ; collectivism ; and conceptualization ; critiques

family households, Canada

family property, Russia

family structure

family system (Seccombe, Razi)

Fapohunda, E. R.

Farnsworthy, B.

Fauve-Chamoux, A.

feminism

Fernandez, J. W.

Fernandez, R. L.

fertility, changes in

filiation, and residential group

Flandrin, J.-L.

Folbre, N.

force see coercion

formalist historians

Fortes, M.

Foucault, M.

France : inheritance ; famille taisible stem family see Western Pyrenean stem family frérèches

Frierson, C. A.

function, social science definitions

functionalism ; see also structural-functional approach

functionally extended family (Razi)

 

Galileo

game theory

Garigue, P.

Gaunt, D.

gender dynamics/power relations

Gérin, L.

German family history

Ghana see Abutia ; Ashanti Glass, R.

Goodenough, W. H.

Goody, J.

groups : mistaken understanding of nature ; redefinition ; see also domestic groups

 

Hajnal, J.

Hammel, E.

Hanawalt, B. A.

Haxthausen, A. von

headship rates/approach to household

Henry, L.

hindrances ; Abutia cohabitation ; and axioms ; explanation of duolocality ; formation of complex households ; MRU relations ; removal, Canada ; Russian multiple family households

historical demography

history : collectivism ; and concept of household ; see also family history ; household history ; social history

Hobbesianism

Homans, G.

house see dwelling-place

House

House complex

House culture (Augustins)

House societies (Lévi-Strauss)

House system ; author's critique of new orthodox view of West Pyrenean

household : concept of ; deconstructing ; and household history ; redefining ; rehabilitating ; theoretical obstacles to notion ; see also Abutia ; Canada ; English households ; multiple family households ; stem families

household activities

Household and Family in Past Time (Laslett and Wall)

household boundaries

household economics

household fission ; Russia

household history

household irreducibles (Ermisch and Overton)

household relationships ; see also conflict and cohabitation ; conjugal relations ; intergenerational dynamics/relations ; power relationships

household typology see typology

housing market

 

impartible inheritance ; Alps England ; Quebec ; and stem family ; Western Pyrenees

income, and household formation in Canada

independence see autonomy

individual, deconstruction and importance of individual maturation (Fortes)

individual ownership/property : bonded ; England ; Russia

individual psychology see psychology

individualism ; Canada ; England ; Russia ; see also neoindividualist approach

individualistic households ; English medieval ; industrialized

industrialization ; English nuclear family ; household types in Canada ; Pyrenees ; Russia,

inequality : Béarn ; see also equality

inheritance : Abutia ; and coercion ; England ; power relations ; Quebec ; Russia ; Wales ; Western Pyrenees ; see also impartible inheritance ; partible inheritance

inmates see lodgers

interaction ; and social bonds

intergenerational dynamics/relations ; Abutia ; England ; Russia ; Western Pyrenees

intermittent membership

interpersonal relations : and power relationships ; see also interaction Ireland, limits of residential growth

 

joint family see extended family

Juby, H.

jural autonomy, Abutia

juridical elements

juridisme (Bourdieu)

 

Kagan, A.

Kertzer, D. I.

kindred

kinship : and concept of household ; England ; and intraregional variability ; as principle of social organization ; see also family kinship core of residential groups

kinship groups, distinguished from residential groups

kinship regime

kinship system

Kramarow, E. A.

 

labour migration see migrant labour

Lamaison, P.

Lamphere, L.

land market, England

land ownership, Abutia

Laslett, P.

Leach, E.

Leninism

Lévi-Strauss, C.

levirate, definition

limit of residential growth ; Abutia ; Canada ; England ; Quebec ; Russia ; Western Pyrenees

lineage ; see also matrilineal descent

Lo Dagaa, domestic groups

lodgers ; Abutia

lone individuals, MRU relations 61-2 ; see also nonfamily individuals

lone parents : Abutia ; Canada ; MRU relations

loneship ratio, Canada

 

Macfarlane, A.

male household patriline property, Russia

male primogeniture

Malinowski, B.

market in consumables, medieval England

mariages en gendre

marriage ; Abutia ; Basque ; Canada ; and coresidence ; England ; and household as concept ; Pyrenees ; Quebec ; Russia

matrilineal descent/kinship

matrilocal residence

Matthews, B. J.

migrant labour ; Abutia

migration ; Russian out-migration

Miner, H.

minimal household units (MHUs) (Ermisch and Overton)

minimal residential units (MRUs) ; Abutia ; industrialized countries/Canada ; relationships between

Mitterauer, M.

monogamy

mountain pastoralists

multifunctional group

multiple family households ; Canada ; and collectivism ; defined ; England ; MRU relationships ; neoindividualism and ; Western Pyrenees ; see also Russian multiple family households

 

nature/culture controversy

neoclassical economics ; and household economics

neoindividualist approach

neolocality ; Abutia ; England ; see also residential autonomy ; residential separation

neo-Marxism

Netherlands, complex households

Netting, R. Mac

nonfamily households/individuals, Canada ; see also lone individuals norms ; Fortes's principles of social organization

nuclear egalitarian family (Todd)

nuclear family ; England ; France/Pyrenees

nuclear households ; Canada ; England ; Russia

Nuer

 

one-person households see lone individuals ; nonfamily households/individuals optional cohabitation, Basque

Ott, S.

out-migration, Russia

Overton, E.

ownership ; Abutia ; and MRU relations ; Pyrenees ; Quebec ; Russia ; see also corporation ; inheritance ; property transmission

 

Parsons, D. O.

partible inheritance ; medieval England ; Quebec ; Russia

particularist family (Demolins)

pastoralists ; see also mountain pastoralists

patriarchal families

patriarchal power, Russia

patriarchy, and peasant society

patrilocal extended family

patrilocal residence

peasant societies ; see also Russian multiple family households

peasant studies

Pelling, M.

Péron, Y.

Play, F. Le

Polish peasants

political economic factors ; and Russian multiple family households

poll tax, Russia

polygyny, Abutia

portion of kindred

postmarital residence, rules of

postmodernism

Poumarède, J.

poverty, England

power relationships ; Abutia ; England ; Russia ; stem families ; see also coercion ; conflict

preferential transmission : France/Western Pyrenees ; Quebec

preindustrial people

premortem fission

primitives, collectivist approach to

primogeniture ; Pyrenees ; see also absolute primogeniture ; male primogeniture

principles of social organization

privacy, desire for

processual approach to household

property transmission ; Abutia (changes in house transmission) ; England ; power relations and ; Quebec ; Russia ; Western Pyrenees ; see also inheritance ; ownership

Provence, limit of residential growth psychology ; residential motivations ; see also social psychology

Pyrenees : limit of residential growth ; see also Central Pyrenees ; Eastern Pyrenees ; Western Pyrenean stem families

 

quasi-patriarchal/quasi-communal families (Demolins)

Quebec : atomistic view ; collectivistic assumptions ; continuity and change ; formalist approach ; limit of residential growth ; MRU relations ; see also Canada

 

Radcliffe-Brown, A. R.

rangs, rural Quebec

rational model of residence

Razi, Z.

Rebel, H.

Rees, A. D.

region, and limit of residential growth

religion ; lack of religious sanctions in Abutia

residence : conceptual aspect ; definition ; not a principle of social organization ; redefining ; Smith and

residential atoms

residential autonomy ; Abutia ; Canada ; England ; Russia ; Western Pyrenees

residential groups ; see also household and individual residential groups

residential separation, possibilities, England/Western Pyrenees

resistance, neoclassical model and

resistance to cohabitation ; Abutia men ; Canada ; England ; Pyrenees

retirement contracts

Riehl, W.

Rivers, W.H.R.

Roman law

Russian multiple family households ; atomism in Russia ; collectivistic assumptions ; explanation of ; family and individual property

 

Sabean, D. W.

Santa Marta del Monte

Scandinavian family history

Schneider, D.

Seccombe, W.

Segalen, M.

self-sufficiency distinguished from autonomy

Serb zadruga

Shanin, T.

Shorter, E.

Sieder, R.

single parents see lone parents

Smith, D. S.

Smith, R. M.

social action theory

social boundaries

social history ; see also Razi ; Sabean ; Seccombe ;

Smith, D.S.

social-psychology, and collectivism/atomism

social relations approach

social stratification, medieval England

sociobiology

sociological set of axioms

sociology, collectivistic assumptions ; see also Play, F. Le

Soulet, J.-E.

Spanish family history

state ; see also extra-residential power-holders

Statistics Canada

stem families ; atomism applied to ; and collectivism ; England ; limit of residential growth ; MRU relationships ; see also Quebec ; Western Pyrenean

Stone, L.

structural-functional approach

structuralism

structure

structure/process view of kinship/household

subordinate cohabitation ; Abutia women ; England

subordination ; Russia ; see also domestic subordination ; economic subordination

 

Thomas, N. W.

Thomas, W I.

Thompson, D.

Todd E.

tradition

transactionalist tradition

typology ; Abutia ; deconstruction and ; England ; Pyrenees

unifunctionality of group

 

unitary model of household

unstable family (Le Play)

urbanization

uxoripatrilocal stem families

 

values : collectivistic assumptions and ; culturalism

Verdon, M.

Viazzo, P. P.

virtual membership

Vlasova, I. V.

Vucinigh, W. S.

wage labour, England

Wales, inheritance

Wall, R.

 

Wallace, Sir Donald Mackenzie

welfare state

 

Western Pyrenean stem families ; atomism in Pyrenees ; collectivistic assumptions about ; continuity and change ; inheritance and cohabitation ; new orthodox view ; typological divide widowed parents, England

Wilk, R. R.

wills

Wolf

women : Abutia  ; and altruism

Worobec, C. D.

Wrigley, E. A.

Yanagisako, S.

 

Zink, Anne

Znaniecki, E.



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