The presentation of the subject goes parallel with the life of the individual, starting with its being conceived and ending with its death. At each phase the gender-roles or genderdetermined treatment of the individual are to be taken into consideration. The themes are formed by the point of view of the parents.
Ph. Aries, Centuries of Childhood. New York 1962.
E. Erikson, Childhood and Society. New York 1963.
D. Hunt, Parents and Children in History. New York 1970.
L. Stone, The Family, Sex and Marriage in England 1500-1800. Penguin Books 1990.
E. Shorter, The Making of the Modern Family. London 1979.
E. Burgess, H. Locke (eds.), The Family: From Institution to Companionship. New York 1953.
M. Mitterauer, R. Sieder (eds.), The European Family: Patriarchy to Partnership. Oxford 1982.
J. Flandrin, Families in Former Times: Kinship, Household and Sexuality. Cambridge UP 1979.
R.A. Houlbrooke, The English Family 1450-1700. London -New York 1990.
P. Laslett, Family Life and Illicit Love in Earlier Generations. Cambridge VP 1977.
J. Maclean, The Renaissance Notion of Woman. Cambridge VP 1980
P. Laslett, K. Oosterveen (eds), Bastardy and its Comparative History. London 1980.
G.C. Bauer, The Education of a Gentleman: Theories of Gentlemanly Education. New York 1959.
S. Ozment, Three Behaim Boys: Growing Up in Early Modern Germany. Yale VP 1991.
S. Chodorow, M. Sortor (eds.), The Other Side of Western Life.
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