HISTORY OF PRIVATE LIFE
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A History of Private Life, Volume V: Riddles of Identity in Modern Times

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$54.00 • £43.95 • €48.50

ISBN 9780674400047

Publication Date: 07/15/1998

Short

640 pages

12 color illustrations, 319 halftones

Belknap Press

History of Private Life

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  • 1. Public and Private Spheres in France [Antoine Prost]
    • Introduction
    • Changing Workers and Workplaces
    • The Family and the Individual
    • The Transition from Neighborhood to Metropolis
  • 2. A History of Secrets? [Gérard Vincent]
    • The Secrets of History and the Riddle of Identity
    • Family Secrets
    • The Body and the Enigma of Sex
  • 3. Cultural Diversity in France [Gérard Vincent, Perrine Simon-Nahum, Rémi Leveau, and Dominique Schnapper]
    • Catholics: Imagination and Sin
    • Communism as a Way of Life
    • French Judaism
    • The Role of Immigrants
  • 4. Nations of Families [Kristina Orfali, Chiara Saraceno, Ingeborg Weber-Kellermann, and Elaine Tyler May]
    • The Rise and Fall of the Swedish Model
    • The Italian Family: Paradoxes of Privacy [translated by Raymond Rosenthal]
    • The German Family between Private Life and Politics [translated and edited by Mary Jo Maynes and Michele Mouton]
    • Myths and Realities of the American Family
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Credits
  • Index

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