Three kinds of preindustrial household formation system in historical Eastern Europe: A challenge to spatial patterns of the European family

@article{Szotysek2008ThreeKO,
  title={Three kinds of preindustrial household formation system in historical Eastern Europe: A challenge to spatial patterns of the European family},
  author={M. Szołtysek},
  journal={The History of the Family},
  year={2008},
  volume={13},
  pages={223 - 257}
}
In their modelling and classificatory ventures western scholars have usually mistakenly included family forms in historical Eastern Europe by induction in well-established generalizations about Russian or Balkan populations. At the same time, well into the late 1990s, most of Eastern European historians have shown no interest in studying domestic groups in socio-historical perspective. This article attempts to restate that picture through a thorough analysis of an unprecedented collection of… Expand
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