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[Bibliography & Endnotes] To what extent were there important changes in the way children were brought up in this period?



BIBLIOGRAPHY


I. K. Ben-Amos, Adolescence and Youth in Early Modern English Society (New Haven, 1994).

Hugh Cunningham, Children and Childhood in Western Society since 1500 (London, 1995).

Rosemary O'Day, The Family and Family Relationships 1500- 1900 (Basingstoke, 1994).

A. Fraser, The Weaker Vessel: Women's lot in Seventeenth Century England (London, 1984).

R. Houlbrooke, English Family life-An anthology (New York, 1988).

R. Houlbrooke, The English Family 1450-1700 (London, 1984).

A. Laurence, Women in England (London, 1984).

A. Macfarlane, Marriage and Love in England 1500-1800 (Oxford, 1986).

Lloyd De Mause, (ed.), The History of Childhood (London, 1976).

J. H. Plumb, The New World of Children in Eighteenth Century England, Past and Present 67, 1975.

Linda Pollock, Forgotten Children: Parent/Child Relations from 1500-1900 (Cambridge University Press, 1983).

M. Prior,(ed.), Women in English Society,1500-1800 (London, 1985).

K. Sather, Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century child rearing: a matter of discipline, Journal of Social History, 22, 1988/9.

L. Stone, The Family, Sex and Marriage in England 1500- 1800 (Penguin books, 1990).




ENDNOTES


1. Lloyd De Mause, (ed.), The History of Childhood (London, 1976), p.1.

2. Ibid., p.2.

3. Linda Pollock, Forgotten Children: Parent/Child Relations from 1500-1900 (Cambridge University Press, 1983), p.235.

4. Rosemary O'Day, The Family and Family Relationships 1500-1900 (Basingstoke, 1994), p.169.


ESSAY BY HEATHER SHARNETTE
1996



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