The myth of motherhood a myth: The historical view of European child‐rearing

@article{Wilson1984TheMO,
  title={The myth of motherhood a myth: The historical view of European child‐rearing},
  author={S. Wilson},
  journal={Social History},
  year={1984},
  volume={9},
  pages={181-198}
}
Over the last two decades, a number of historians in France and the Anglo-Saxon world have developed the genre of 'family history '*I To some extent this has been an application to data from the past of concepts elaborated in the study of contemporary societies, and has involved a critical testing of such concepts: one thinks of Anderson's study of the vicissitudes of family structure and kinship relations during the process of industrialization,2 or of Scott and Tilly's critique of the general… Expand
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