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
anthropology : collectivism concepts ; economic ; and household composition ; and household/family history see also atomism ; atomistic set of axioms
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
Autonomy see also domestic autonomy ; economic autonomy ; residential autonomy
axioms ; Abutia
Becker, G. S.
biens avitins passim
boarders see lodgers
bonded individual property : Pyrenees ; Russia
bonnes maisons, role in Pyrenean inheritance/cohabitation
Brown, S. B.
Burch, T. K.
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
Central European stem families ; limit of residential growth
change, and limit of residential growth
change theory and English nuclear family
Chayanov, A. V.
coercion ; absent, Abutia ; absent, medieval England ; and axioms ; France/Pyrenees ; household economics and ; and MRU relationships ; removal, Canada ; Russian multiple family households
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
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
criteria of membership
cultural elements ; Abutia ; see also cultural axioms
Davidson, F. G.
demographic factors in household change
demography ; see also family demography ; historical demography
Denich, B. S.
descent and residence
Development and Change
developmental cycle of domestic/residential groups
discontinuous representation of groups
division of labour ; and residential autonomy
domestic autonomy ; Abutia
domestic groups : and household/residence as concept ; invalid term
domesticity, critique of
domiciliary rights, Abutia
Douglass, W. A.
downward subordinate stem family
dowry ; absent from Quebec ; Russia ; Western Pyrenees
duolocality ; Abutia
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 autonomy ; Abutia
economic equality ; Abutia
economic factors : Abutia residential logic (see also economic autonomy) ; explanations of Russian multiple family households ; Canada
eldership see jural autonomy
endowment, Russian, called dowry
England, Macfarlane and peasant societies
English households ; medieval (conceptual confusion ; limit of residential growth)
equal inheritance, Quebec
equality ; Basque ; Russian property ; see also corporate ownership ; domestic equality ; economic equality
Ermisch, J. E.
ethnography : collectivism ; see also anthropology
extended family : England ; MRU relationships
extraresidential factors, England
extraresidential power-holders ; Pyrenees ; Russia
familial units (Ermisch and Overton) see minimal household units (MHUs)
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 system (Seccombe, Razi)
Fapohunda, E. R.
Fernandez, J. W.
Fernandez, R. L.
fertility, changes in
filiation, and residential group
force see coercion
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)
gender dynamics/power relations
German family history
Ghana see Abutia ; Ashanti Glass, R.
Goodenough, W. H.
groups : mistaken understanding of nature ; redefinition ; see also domestic groups
Hanawalt, B. A.
Haxthausen, A. von
headship rates/approach to household
hindrances ; Abutia cohabitation ; and axioms ; explanation of duolocality ; formation of complex households ; MRU relations ; removal, Canada ; Russian multiple family households
history : collectivism ; and concept of household ; see also family history ; household history ; social history
house see dwelling-place
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 and Family in Past Time (Laslett and Wall)
household fission ; Russia
household irreducibles (Ermisch and Overton)
household relationships ; see also conflict and cohabitation ; conjugal relations ; intergenerational dynamics/relations ; power relationships
household typology see typology
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
interpersonal relations : and power relationships ; see also interaction Ireland, limits of residential growth
joint family see extended family
jural autonomy, Abutia
Kertzer, D. I.
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
Kramarow, E. A.
labour migration see migrant labour
land market, England
land ownership, Abutia
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
male household patriline property, Russia
market in consumables, medieval England
mariages en gendre
marriage ; Abutia ; Basque ; Canada ; and coresidence ; England ; and household as concept ; Pyrenees ; Quebec ; Russia
Matthews, B. J.
migrant labour ; Abutia
migration ; Russian out-migration
minimal household units (MHUs) (Ermisch and Overton)
minimal residential units (MRUs) ; Abutia ; industrialized countries/Canada ; relationships between
multiple family households ; Canada ; and collectivism ; defined ; England ; MRU relationships ; neoindividualism and ; Western Pyrenees ; see also Russian multiple family households
neoclassical economics ; and household economics
neolocality ; Abutia ; England ; see also residential autonomy ; residential separation
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
one-person households see lone individuals ; nonfamily households/individuals optional cohabitation, Basque
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 power, Russia
patriarchy, and peasant society
patrilocal extended family
peasant societies ; see also Russian multiple family households
Play, F. Le
political economic factors ; and Russian multiple family households
poll tax, Russia
portion of kindred
postmarital residence, rules of
power relationships ; Abutia ; England ; Russia ; stem families ; see also coercion ; conflict
preferential transmission : France/Western Pyrenees ; Quebec
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
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 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
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
self-sufficiency distinguished from autonomy
single parents see lone parents
Smith, D. S.
Smith, R. M.
social action theory
social history ; see also Razi ; Sabean ; Seccombe ;
social-psychology, and collectivism/atomism
social relations approach
social stratification, medieval England
sociological set of axioms
sociology, collectivistic assumptions ; see also Play, F. Le
Spanish family history
state ; see also extra-residential power-holders
stem families ; atomism applied to ; and collectivism ; England ; limit of residential growth ; MRU relationships ; see also Quebec ; Western Pyrenean
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.
typology ; Abutia ; deconstruction and ; England ; Pyrenees
unifunctionality of group
unitary model of household
unstable family (Le Play)
uxoripatrilocal stem families
values : collectivistic assumptions and ; culturalism
Viazzo, P. P.
Vlasova, I. V.
Vucinigh, W. S.
wage labour, England
Wallace, Sir Donald Mackenzie
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.
women : Abutia ; and altruism
Worobec, C. D.
Wrigley, E. A.