Pre-industrial society refers to social attributes and forms of political and cultural
organization that were prevalent before the advent of the Industrial Revolution, ...
I. INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN IN PREINDUSTRIAL SOCIETY ..... UP TO
RECENTLY IN MANY AREAS OF EUROPE & AMERICA. (1) FARMING WAY OF
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the United States after the American Revolution stimulated efforts to replicate the
Pre-industrial typically have predominantly agricultural economies and limited
production, division of labor, and class variation.
Although traditional, gender-based divisions of labor dictated women's tasks, the
contributions of wives and daughters were vital to the economy of pre-industrial ...
Although the new middle-class family had its roots in preindustrial society, it
differed from the preindustrial family in three major ways: I) A nineteenth-century
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women in this period enhanced the status of women, but ...
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A woman's activities were centered around the home and her role as wife and ...
In colonial America, as in other pre-industrial economies, the family was the ...