Making a living in rural societies in the North Sea area, 500-2000
AbstractThis chapter deals with the central question in the book: "Rural Economy and Society in Northwestern Europe, 500-2000. Volume: Making a living. Family, income and labour" What happened to family forms in the rural societies around the coasts of the North Sea in the last one and a half millennium? How did resources become available to the rural family and to its members, and what strategies were employed to generate these resources? The approach of this book is based on an analysis of long-term changes in household formation and in the economic behaviour of its members within a social and regional context.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 38285.
Date of creation: 2012
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Publication status: Published in Rural Economy and Society in Northwestern Europe, 500-2000 (Brepols Publishers) CORN - Comparative Rural History of the North Sea Area.Making(2012): pp. 323-347
Rural societies; demography; family; labour; income;
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