SOSC 3130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Gender Equality, Strike Action, Subornation Of Perjury

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Review of transitions: pre-european gender egalitarianism; communal societies, pre-industrial settler society interdependence; productive work gender specialized tasks. Moral regulation and policy reform: social purity movement 1800-1920s, social purity multi- Development of the family wage, system that starts work; families are dependent on wages; families pool their income in order to survive. Housework became new word in the 19th century; term we still use all the time. Woodstove eliminated the work for men but not for the women. Men doing much less work in the house and women are doing more; uneven gender division in the house 1880; work women did in the home is needed and time consuming. *doctrine of separate spheres* women remain in the home (safe and protected and supported by the men); men are supposed to have a job and earning a living. Family ideals in the home were powerful and are still powerful for organizing social reforms.

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