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What role did women play in the pre-industrial European economy? Sheilagh Ogilvie tackles this question in an original way, using a rich body of new evidence. By examining women's contribution to a particular pre-industrial economy--the German state … weiterlesen
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Titel: A Bitter Living: Women, Markets, and Social Capital in Early Modern Germany
Autor/en: Sheilagh Ogilvie

ISBN: 0198205546
EAN: 9780198205548
New.
Sprache: Englisch.
OXFORD UNIV PR

Juni 2003 - gebunden - 416 Seiten

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What role did women play in the pre-industrial European economy? Sheilagh Ogilvie tackles this question in an original way, using a rich body of new evidence. By examining women's contribution to a particular pre-industrial economy--the German state of Wurttemberg--Ogilvie casts doubt on most of the extensive literature about pre-industrial women's work. She also refutes the theory of 'social capital' which claims that traditional networks, like guilds with their shared norms, benefitted everyone.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

List of Figures; List of Tables; Abbreviation of Sources; Coinage; Glossary; 1. Introduction; 2. The Social and Demographic Framework; 3. Daughters and Maidservants; 4. Married Women; 5. Widows; 6. Independent Unmarried Women; 7. A Bitter Living; References

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"Both theoretically and empirically rich, Shelaigh C. Ogilvie's formidable and oftentimes brilliant study addresses fundamental questions concerning the social, political, and--most importantly--economic status of women in early modern central Europe. A major contribution to the identification and interpretation of women's and men's distinctly different patterns of work, her findings deserve the broadest possible discussion and should greatly stimulate future research."--American Historical Review
."..an impressive work with impressive findings and convincing arguments. It should not only be read by students of gender and/or economic history, but by all who care about social inequities."--Maria R. Boes, West Chester University
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