Epicure, sa vie, son oeuvre : Avec un expose de sa by Andre Cresson, Epicure, Lucrece, Edmond Dhurout

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However, it is not appropriate to assign certain human values as feminine and other human values as masculine. Social relations shape social positions and identities and behaviours which are coded as masculine and feminine, but it is clearly inappropriate to accept a singular picture of women and men. A focus on relations giving rise to different subject positions and identities allows us to better locate the importance of gender in shaping and differentiating life chances, and allows for the variable importance of gender across different contexts.

However, few children under 10 were in employment, most were ‘at home’ according to the census. In some contexts however, child labour increased , with rising numbers in the textile factories and in agriculture (Stephens 1998). Whilst formal work was, by the 1871 census, fairly minimal for children under 10, amongst 10–14 year olds 32 per cent of boys and 21 per cent of girls, nationally, were in work. ). The combination of campaigning for reduced working hours, the factory reform movement and increasing concern about children’s education were all important to the introduction of legislation limiting the extent of child labour: the minimum age and the number of hours permissable.

Brookes 1986). In the following I briefly review arguments which offer insights into cultural changes, as these altered the bases of rational action amongst women and men, and ushered in a quiet revolution in reproductive behaviours (cf. Gillis et al. 1992). The nature of cultural change is explored at different levels of generalisation – from the macro level of changing institutional arrangements, to the micro level of spousal relationships. The evidence reveals that the reshaping of interdependence between women and men and across generations, along with shifts in the relative positioning of women and men, children and parents, are a crucial part of the changing cultural context of fertility decline.

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