The family is not only the main location of biologically and legally defined relationships between men and women, adults and children, but also where private and public spheres intersect. Kealey, and Andrew Parnaby honourable mention 2012 The Codex Canadensis and the writings of Louis Nicolas, edited by François-Marc Gagnon with Nancy Senior and Réal Ouellet; Retail nation : department stores and the making of modern Canada by Donica Belisle honourable mention ; Peopling the North American city : Montreal 1840-1900 by Sherry Olson and Patricia A. Foucault's influence has been paramount. Kerr honourable mention ; honourable mention ; Policing gender, class and family : Britain 1850-1940 by Linda Mahood honourable mention 1995 Law and English railway capitalism, 1825-1875 by R. Prudence and pressure : reproduction and human agency in Europe and Asia, 1700-1900. Reflecting this interdisciplinary exchange, the principal questions of early family history were those that lent themselves to numerical answers and were posed with a view to understanding the impact of structural change on families. See also:; ; ; Bibliography anderson, m.
Weblink Download reference in Beaujot, R. » La génétique des populations retient alors l'attention de Gérard Bouchard. The decline of fertility in Europe : the revised proceedings of a Conference on the Princeton European Fertility Project. Historical studies of changing fertility. Having contributed much to the wider field of social history by examining private lives in relation to the larger processes of social change—even leading to a critical rethinking of the timing and impact of those processes—family history was healthy and vibrant as the twenty-first century opened. The Economics and Sociology of Fertility.
The Population of Canada in the Twentieth Century. LePlay posited that the family was not only the foundation, but the determining element of all social organization. Mais l'histoire sociale est une gourmande! Population 37 3 : 623-645. Imlay honourable mention ; Anti-Italianism in sixteenth-century France by Henry Heller honourable mention 2003 Blood ground : colonialism, missions, and the contest for Christianity in the Cape Colony and Britain, 1799-1853 by Elizabeth Elbourne; by Ian Dowbiggin honourable mention ; Obedient heretics : Mennonite identities in Lutheran Hamburg and Altona during the confessional age by M. Randall honourable mention The Albert B.
Weblink Download reference in Linteau, P. Ottawa: Federal Bureau of Statistics. Extended families are usually multigenerational, and include kin related by blood as well as by marriage. Gabriel Sylliboy by William C. De façon globale, ces travaux visent à obtenir une juste représentation de la diffusion génétique dans les régions du Québec. The changing size of the family in Canada.
Cahiers québécois de démographie 22 2 : 229-262. La démographie prolifique des couples est rendue possible par l'exutoire des nouveaux espaces à défricher, mais, inversement, cette mise en valeur n'est concevable que dans le cadre d'un groupe familial nombreux et solidaire ; il entreprend collectivement cette tâche et continue par la suite, une fois les enfants établis à proximité, à pratiquer une entraide d'autant plus nécessaire qu'elle comble l'absence de structures institutionnelles très développées. Anna honourable mention ; The diplomacy of modernization : Colombian-American relations, 1920-1940 by Stephen J. Walker special mention 1997 Quelques arpents d'Amérique : population, économie, famille au Saguenay, 1838-1971 by Gérard Bouchard; The struggle for Canadian sport by Bruce Kidd special mention ; by J. Highlighting sociocultural values, expectations, images and roles assigned to the family and its members, its practitioners study such topics as courtship, childrearing, sexual conduct, marriage practices, media and literary representations, social constructs and public discourses. The community studies of the U. Paper presented at the International Population Conference, Liège.
« Cette dimension est essentielle, souligne Gérard Bouchard, car la plus grande partie de la recherche de pointe se fait au sein de ces réseaux internationaux. Their interactionist approach allowed for a range of stable family types, each relating in different ways to the larger society, with the nuclear family found to be most suited to the industrial capitalist order. Placing power at the center of social relations, he emphasized its compulsory, disciplinary, and exclusionary elements through public discourses. Any adequate historical understanding of family must acknowledge its central role in social and political as well as personal relationships, in societal as well as biological reproduction. Balcom; Brokering belonging : Chinese in Canada's exclusion era, 1885-1945 by Lisa Mar honourable mention ; Quebec hydropolitics : the Peribonka concessions of the Second World War by David Massell honourable mention 2010 The texture of contact : European and Indian settler communities on the frontiers of Iroquoia, 1667-1783 by David L. Schmalz special mention ; by Michael Gauvreau special mention ; by Wendy Mitchinson special mention 1991 The gender of breadwinners : women, men and change in two industrial towns, 1880-1950 by Joy Parr; Maritime capital : the shipping industry in Atlantic Canada, 1820-1914 by Eric W.
Hall honourable mention ; Traders' tales : narratives of cultural encounters in the Columbia Plateau, 1807-1846 by Elizabeth Vibert honourable mention 1997 by John F. Frequently used in combination with life-course analysis, the family strategies approach considers how families use their familial and kin resources to deal with their own needs and objectives as well as those imposed upon them by their society and culture. Grâce à la collaboration d'Yvan Lamonde, du département de langue et littérature françaises de l'Université McGill, les recherches s'étendent à la sphère culturelle. Callahan 1984 Vannes and its regions : a study of town and country in eighteenth-century France by T. LeGoff 1982 Urban society in an age of war : Nordlingen, 1580-1720 by Christopher R. The French social theorist Jacques Donzelot's The Policing of Families 1979 is a landmark study in this regard. Corey Prize is awarded every other year jointly with the American Historical Association to the best book in Canadian-American history.
Population and Development Review 14 1 : 1-45. Listed below are the prizes awarded to publications about the Prairie Provinces. Nelles; Pièges de la mémoire : Dollard des Ormeaux, les Amérindiens et nous by Patrice Groulx honourable mention ; by Michael Bliss honourable mention 1999 Colonizing bodies : aboriginal health and healing in British Columbia, 1900-1950 by Mary-Ellen Kelm; The science of war : Canadian scientists and allied military technology during the Second World War by Donald H. Gavigan honourable mention ; Secret service : political policing in Canada from the Fenians to Fortress America by Reg Whitaker, Gregory S. « La partie la plus difficile, la plus longue et la plus coûteuse, explique le chercheur, consiste à structurer les données de façon à pouvoir les utiliser efficacement par la suite. Loewen 1992 by Richard White; On the move : French Canadian and Italian migrants in the North Atlantic economy, 1860-1914 by Bruno Ramirez honourable mention ; Housing the North American city by Michael Doucet and John Weaver honourable mention 1990 by Reginald C. Sillery: Presses de l'Université du Québec.
Gavigan 2012 by Shannon Stunden Bower 2011 One of the family : Metis culture in nineteenth-century Northwestern Saskatchewan by Brenda Macdougall 2010 Immigrants in Prairie cities : ethnic diversity in twentieth-century Canada by Royden Loewen and Gerald Friesen 2009 by Sarah Carter 2008 by Esyllt W. McKillop special mention ; A culture in conflict : skilled workers and industrial capitalism in Hamilton, 1860-1914 by Bryan Palmer special mention ; Micmacs and colonists : Indian-White relations in the Maritimes, 1713-1867 by L. Jaffary 2016 Selling Paris : property and commercial culture in the fin-de-siècle capital by Alexia M. Download reference in Coale, A. Les chercheurs s'inspirent maintenant du concept d'américanité qui situe le Québec dans le contexte des Amériques et du Nouveau Monde, d'où l'importance de réaliser des études comparées.