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  title={Family and Inheritance: Rural Society in Western Europe; 1200-1800.},
  author={Jeffrey P. Rosenfeld and Jack Goody and Joan Thirsk and Edward Palmer Thompson},
  journal={Contemporary Sociology},
Introduction Jack Goody 1. Inheritance, property and women: some comparative considerations Jack Goody 2. Family structures and inheritance customs in sixteenth century France Emmanuel Le Roy Laudrie 3. Inheritance, land tenure and peasant family structure: a German regional comparison Lutz K. Berkner 4. Aspects of kinship behaviours and property in rural Western Europe before 1800 David Sabean 5. Peasant inheritance customs in the Midlands, 1280-1700 Cicley Howell 6. Peasant inheritance… 

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