By Hong Xiao
Hong Xiao examines the linkage among social constitution and child-rearing values within the usa and China. Her basic targets are to ascertain the underlying constitution of childrearing values, detect the dynamics of the structural-level, family-level, and individual-level determinants of childrearing values, and to match styles of price orientations within the countries.
Three worth dimensions--autonomy, conformity, and a care orientation--are pointed out in either the USA and China samples through issue analyses. additionally, regardless of cross-national variations in political method, financial improvement, and tradition heritage, Professor Xiao reveals americans and chinese language are rather comparable of their taking into account the types of items to educate little ones at domestic. one of the most sensible six features counseled inside every one state, 5 are exact. besides the fact that, resources of price diversifications are greatly varied within the international locations. for instance, within the usa, whereas the impact of sophistication on men's values for kids has turn into muted extra time, classification modifications in values live to tell the tale between ladies. And neither gender nor motherhood is said to the care orientation. In China, valuation of kid's autonomy or conformity is conditioned seriously via political conformity, age, and relations measurement. Of specific curiosity to students, scholars, and different researchers concerned with gender and kinfolk stories, sociology, and Asian Studies.
By Jane Lewis
By Shannon McSheffrey
Awarded honorable point out for the 2007 Wallace okay. Ferguson Prize backed by means of the Canadian old Association
How have been marital and sexual relationships woven into the cloth of past due medieval society, and what shape did those relationships take? utilizing wide documentary facts from either the ecclesiastical court docket method and the files of urban and royal govt, in addition to suggestion manuals, chronicles, ethical stories, and liturgical texts, Shannon McSheffrey focuses her research on England's biggest urban within the moment half the 15th century.
Marriage used to be a spiritual union—one of the seven sacraments of the Catholic Church and imbued with deep religious significance—but the marital unit of husband and spouse was once additionally the elemental family, social, political, and monetary unit of medieval society. As such, marriage created political alliances in any respect degrees, from the world of foreign politics to neighborhood neighborhoods. Sexual relationships outdoors marriage have been much more advanced. McSheffrey notes that medieval Londoners observed them as variously as a result of girl seduction or to male lustfulness, as inappropriate or deeply destructive to society and to the physique politic, as economically effective or wasteful of assets. but, like marriage, sexual relationships have been additionally topic to manage and impression from mom and dad, family, buddies, civic officers, parish monks, and ecclesiastical judges.
Although through medieval canon legislation a wedding used to be irrevocable from the instant a guy and a girl exchanged vows of consent prior to witnesses, in perform marriage used to be frequently a socially advanced strategy related to many of us. McSheffrey seems to be extra generally at intercourse, governance, and civic morality to teach how medieval patriarchy prolonged a much wider achieve than a father's governance over his organic offspring. through targeting a selected time and position, she not just elucidates the tradition of England's metropolitan middle but additionally contributes ordinarily to our realizing of the social mechanisms by which premodern eu humans negotiated their lives.
By Edeltraud Hanappi-Egger,Regine Bendl
Edeltraud Hanappi-Egger und Regine Bendl präsentieren mit Ko-AutorInnen eine Standortbestimmung der Diversitätsforschung in Organisationen im deutschsprachigen Raum. Sie bieten WissenschaftlerInnen, PraktikerInnen und Studierenden sowie am Thema interessierten Personen einen Überblick über den aktuellen Diskurs der betriebswirtschaftlichen Diversitäts- bzw. Diversitätsmanagementforschung mit Bezug auf Ansätze der Intersektionalität, Diskriminierung und(Un-)Gleichbehandlung. In den Beiträgen widmen sich die AutorInnen Themenbereichen, wie Problematiken von Diversifizierung und (Ent)Solidarisierung, Diversitätsdiskurse im internationalen Vergleich, intersektionale Diversitätskonzepte und Implementierungsstrategien von Diversitätsmanagement.
By Maria Tamboukou
Seamstresses have been vital figures within the socio-political and cultural occasions of 19th and early 20th century France yet their tales and political writings have remained marginalized and obscured. Drawing on a variety of released and unpublished files from the economic revolution, ‘Sewing, battling and Writing’ is a foucauldian family tree of the Parisian seamstress. the assemblage of radical practices in paintings, politics and tradition, it explores the structure of the self of the seamstress within the period of early industrialization and progressive occasions and considers her contribution to the socio-political and cultural formations in modernity.
By Myra Strober,Agnes Miling Kaneko Chan
By Marianna Muravyeva,Raisa Maria Toivo
This venture is an try and problem the canonical gender idea whereas attempting to specify what gender used to be within the medieval and early smooth international. regardless of the emphasis on person, identification and distinction that prior learn claims, a lot of this heritage nonetheless makes a speciality of hierarchical or dichotomous paring of masculinity and femininity (or male and female). The emphasis on adjustments has been mostly according to the learn of such subject matters as premarital intercourse, spiritual deviance, rape and violence; those are issues that have been, within the early smooth society, legal or no less than simply marginalizing. The primary concentration of the publication is to check, confirm and problem the technique and use the concept(s) of gender particularly acceptable to the interval of serious switch and transition.
The quantity includes theoretical sections supplemented by means of case-studies of gender via particular practices reminiscent of mysticism, witchcraft, crime, and criminal behaviour. the 1st part, "Concepts", analyzes yes priceless notions, reminiscent of patriarchy and morality. the second one part, "Identities", seeks to deepen this research into the reviews of lady identities in quite a few occasions, cultures and dimensions and to teach the fluidity and suppleness of what's referred to as femininity these days. The 3rd half, "Practises", seeks to reconsider the larger narratives in the course of the case-studies coming from Northern Europe to determine how traditional principles of gender didn't paintings during this specific sector. The case reviews additionally problem the demonstrated narratives in such well-research historiographies as witchcraft and sexual offences and even as recommend new insights for the constructing fields of research, akin to heritage of murder.
By Arnaud Alessandrin,Laetitia Biscarrat,Karine Espineira,Maud-Yeuse Thomas
By Paul Spencer
By Alexandre Baumann