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Meeting Glentons Families
Learning Conjugal Roles
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ain't Alex Inkeles asked attitudes band behavior better-educated blue-collar blue-collar workers brother cent Chapter child church clique communication confidants daugh daughter described differences discuss dissatisfactions economic emotional empathy enjoy example explained expressed father feel frequently Georg Simmel girl friends Glenton high school graduates housework hurt husbands and wives in-law conflict interests interviewer joint social kids lack less less-educated couples less-educated husbands less-educated men less-educated women live male marital happiness marriage conflict married married couples mate meager Michael Young middle-class moods mother mother-in-law never norms occasionally occupational older parents patterns Peter Willmott problems psychological quarrel ratings relations relationship relatives reported respondents riage role school graduates self-disclosure sexual share sister sometimes spouse story TABLE Talcott Parsons talk tell tend things tion told unhappy wife wife's wives woman workers working-class worries