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abstract <p>This paper focuses on the impact which industrialization, the existing family system and the class structure have upon family stability. The comparison of different family systems in traditional and industrial societies yields these conclusions: first, family stability in traditional societies can be achieved by less privileged groups that accept the predominant value system, are instrumentally related to the more privileged groups, and possess a kinship structure having integrative functions. Second, complete family stability in industrial societies can hardly be achieved by less privileged groups. This is more so when underprivileged groups do not have ideological and instrumental relations with more privileged groups.</p>
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spelling Segre, Sandro 0022-2445 1741-3737 National Council on Family Relations International Department https://www.jstor.org/stable/350978 <p>This paper focuses on the impact which industrialization, the existing family system and the class structure have upon family stability. The comparison of different family systems in traditional and industrial societies yields these conclusions: first, family stability in traditional societies can be achieved by less privileged groups that accept the predominant value system, are instrumentally related to the more privileged groups, and possess a kinship structure having integrative functions. Second, complete family stability in industrial societies can hardly be achieved by less privileged groups. This is more so when underprivileged groups do not have ideological and instrumental relations with more privileged groups.</p> Family Stability, Social Classes and Values in Traditional and Industrial Societies Journal of Marriage and Family
spellingShingle Segre, Sandro, Journal of Marriage and Family, Family Stability, Social Classes and Values in Traditional and Industrial Societies, International Department
title Family Stability, Social Classes and Values in Traditional and Industrial Societies
title_full Family Stability, Social Classes and Values in Traditional and Industrial Societies
title_fullStr Family Stability, Social Classes and Values in Traditional and Industrial Societies
title_full_unstemmed Family Stability, Social Classes and Values in Traditional and Industrial Societies
title_short Family Stability, Social Classes and Values in Traditional and Industrial Societies
title_sort family stability, social classes and values in traditional and industrial societies
title_unstemmed Family Stability, Social Classes and Values in Traditional and Industrial Societies
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url https://www.jstor.org/stable/350978