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The Resource Growing up in America : historical experiences, edited and introduced by Harvey J. Graff

Growing up in America : historical experiences, edited and introduced by Harvey J. Graff

Label
Growing up in America : historical experiences
Title
Growing up in America
Title remainder
historical experiences
Statement of responsibility
edited and introduced by Harvey J. Graff
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Graff, Harvey J
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  • Adolescence
  • Children
  • Families
Label
Growing up in America : historical experiences, edited and introduced by Harvey J. Graff
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • David J. Rothman
  • Part II: Early America: the Colonial beginnings
  • Developmental perspectives on the history of childhood
  • John Demos
  • In search of the historical child: miniature adulthood and youth in colonial New England
  • Ross W. Beales, Jr.
  • "Till death us do part" : marriage and family in seventeenth-century Maryland
  • Lorena S. Walsh
  • Autonomy and affection : parents and children in eighteenth-century Chesapeake families
  • Daniel Blake Smith
  • Part I: Approaches
  • Youth, maturity, and religious conversion : a note on the ages of converts in Andover, Massachusetts, 1711-1749
  • Philip J. Greven, Jr.
  • Parental power and marriage patterns : an analysis of historical trends in Hingham, Massachusetts
  • Daniel Scott Smith
  • Part III: First transitions, 1780-1870
  • Growing up in rural New England, 1800-1840
  • Joseph F. Kett
  • Young women in the second great awakening in New England
  • Nancy F. Cott
  • The setting : growing up in the Quarter community
  • Adolesence in historical perspective
  • Thomas L. Webber
  • The female world of love and ritual : relations between women in nineteenth-century America
  • Carroll Smith-Rosenberg
  • Privacy and the making of the self-made man : family strategies of the middle class at midcentury
  • Mary P. Ryan
  • Youth and early industrialization in a Canadian city
  • Michael B. Katz and Ian E. Davey
  • Women, children, and the uses of the streets : class and gender conflict in New York City, 1850-1860
  • Christine Stansell
  • Part IV: Coming of age, 1870-1920
  • Glen H. Elder, Jr.
  • Social change and transitions to adulthood in historical perspective
  • John Modell, Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr., Theodore Hershberg
  • Domestication as reform : a study of the socialization of wayward girls, 1856-1905
  • Barbara Brenzel
  • Heathens and angels : childhood in the Rocky Mountain mining towns
  • Elliott West
  • Socialization and adaptation : immigrant families in Scranton, 1880-1890
  • John E. Bodnar
  • Act your age : boyhood, adolescence, and the rise of the Boy Scouts of America
  • David I. Macleod
  • Archetypal patterns of youth
  • The discovery of the adolescent by American educational reformers, 1900-1920 : an economic perspective
  • Selwyn K. Troen
  • Changing education strategies among immigrant generations : New York Italians in comparative perspective
  • Miriam Cohen
  • Part V: Framing the present, 1920-1980
  • Dating becomes the way of American youth
  • John Modell
  • Children in the household economy
  • Glen H. Elder, Jr.
  • Age in Crestwood Heights, Toronto, Ontario
  • S.N. Eisenstadt
  • John R. Seeley, R. Alexander Sim, E.W. Loosley
  • The family : peer group in the urban village
  • Herbert J. Gans
  • And how did they grow in the working-class family?
  • Lilian Breslow Rubin
  • Child-keeping : "Gimme a little sugar"
  • Carol B. Stack
  • Ambivalence : the socialization of women
  • Judith M. Bardwick and Elizabeth Douvan
  • Part VI: Reflections on past, present, and future
  • Psychological development and historical change
  • Position and behavior patterns of youth
  • David Matza
  • The adultlike child and the childlike adult : socialization in an electronic age
  • Joshua Meyrowitz
  • Kenneth Keniston
  • Documents in search of a historian: toward a history of children and youth in America
Control code
16801641
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xix, 641 pages
Isbn
9780814318997
Lccn
87023095
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)12000
Label
Growing up in America : historical experiences, edited and introduced by Harvey J. Graff
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • David J. Rothman
  • Part II: Early America: the Colonial beginnings
  • Developmental perspectives on the history of childhood
  • John Demos
  • In search of the historical child: miniature adulthood and youth in colonial New England
  • Ross W. Beales, Jr.
  • "Till death us do part" : marriage and family in seventeenth-century Maryland
  • Lorena S. Walsh
  • Autonomy and affection : parents and children in eighteenth-century Chesapeake families
  • Daniel Blake Smith
  • Part I: Approaches
  • Youth, maturity, and religious conversion : a note on the ages of converts in Andover, Massachusetts, 1711-1749
  • Philip J. Greven, Jr.
  • Parental power and marriage patterns : an analysis of historical trends in Hingham, Massachusetts
  • Daniel Scott Smith
  • Part III: First transitions, 1780-1870
  • Growing up in rural New England, 1800-1840
  • Joseph F. Kett
  • Young women in the second great awakening in New England
  • Nancy F. Cott
  • The setting : growing up in the Quarter community
  • Adolesence in historical perspective
  • Thomas L. Webber
  • The female world of love and ritual : relations between women in nineteenth-century America
  • Carroll Smith-Rosenberg
  • Privacy and the making of the self-made man : family strategies of the middle class at midcentury
  • Mary P. Ryan
  • Youth and early industrialization in a Canadian city
  • Michael B. Katz and Ian E. Davey
  • Women, children, and the uses of the streets : class and gender conflict in New York City, 1850-1860
  • Christine Stansell
  • Part IV: Coming of age, 1870-1920
  • Glen H. Elder, Jr.
  • Social change and transitions to adulthood in historical perspective
  • John Modell, Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr., Theodore Hershberg
  • Domestication as reform : a study of the socialization of wayward girls, 1856-1905
  • Barbara Brenzel
  • Heathens and angels : childhood in the Rocky Mountain mining towns
  • Elliott West
  • Socialization and adaptation : immigrant families in Scranton, 1880-1890
  • John E. Bodnar
  • Act your age : boyhood, adolescence, and the rise of the Boy Scouts of America
  • David I. Macleod
  • Archetypal patterns of youth
  • The discovery of the adolescent by American educational reformers, 1900-1920 : an economic perspective
  • Selwyn K. Troen
  • Changing education strategies among immigrant generations : New York Italians in comparative perspective
  • Miriam Cohen
  • Part V: Framing the present, 1920-1980
  • Dating becomes the way of American youth
  • John Modell
  • Children in the household economy
  • Glen H. Elder, Jr.
  • Age in Crestwood Heights, Toronto, Ontario
  • S.N. Eisenstadt
  • John R. Seeley, R. Alexander Sim, E.W. Loosley
  • The family : peer group in the urban village
  • Herbert J. Gans
  • And how did they grow in the working-class family?
  • Lilian Breslow Rubin
  • Child-keeping : "Gimme a little sugar"
  • Carol B. Stack
  • Ambivalence : the socialization of women
  • Judith M. Bardwick and Elizabeth Douvan
  • Part VI: Reflections on past, present, and future
  • Psychological development and historical change
  • Position and behavior patterns of youth
  • David Matza
  • The adultlike child and the childlike adult : socialization in an electronic age
  • Joshua Meyrowitz
  • Kenneth Keniston
  • Documents in search of a historian: toward a history of children and youth in America
Control code
16801641
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xix, 641 pages
Isbn
9780814318997
Lccn
87023095
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)12000

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