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CHAPTER PAOE I Social Significance of the Family
The Primitive Family
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Academy of Political adjustment alimony American family appears attempt attitude become behavior birth Calverton cent character characteristic chiefly child Church cities civilization colonies common common law marriage companionate consequence court courtship culture desire difficulties divorce domestic economic effect emotional environment evolution fact family experience father forced girl gonorrhea greater Hebrew household human husband and wife illegitimacy incompatibility increase individual industry influence institution interest Invalid justment legislation living male marriage married married couple matrilocal matrimonial means ment Mental Hygiene modern monogamy mother nursery school opportunity parenthood parents past patriarchal period personality physical plural marriages polyandry polygyny Popenoe practices present problem prostitution Quoted by permission reaction relationship responsibilities result riage significance situation social equality Social Hygiene Social Science status suffrage tion trend type of family woman women young