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Divorce has become one of the most widely discussed issues in America. In this innovative exploration of the phenomenon of divorce in American society, Norma Basch uses a variety of analytic perspectives to enrich our understanding of the meaning of divorce during the formative years of both the nation and its law, roughly 1770 to 1870. She provides a fascinating, thoughtful look at divorce as a legal action, as an individual experience, and as a cultural symbol in its era of institutionalization and traces the powerful legacy of the first American divorce experiences for us today. Using a unique methodology, Basch fragments her story into three discrete but chronologically overlapping perspectives. In Part I, "Rules," she analyzes the changing legal and legislative aspects of divorce and the public response to them. Part II, "Mediations," focuses on individual cases and presents a close-up analysis of the way ordinary women and men tested the law in the courts. And Part III, "Representations," charts the spiraling imagery of divorce through various fiction and non-fiction narratives that made their way into American popular culture during the nineteenth century. The composite picture that emerges in "Framing American Divorce" is a vividly untidy one that exposes the gulf between legal and moral abstractions and everyday practices. Divorce, Basch argues, was always a focal point of conflict between the autonomy of women and the authority of men. Tracing the legal, social, and cultural experience of divorce allows Basch to provide a searching exploration of the limits of nineteenth-century ideals of domesticity, romantic love, and marriage, and their legacy for us today. She brings her findings up-to-date with a provocative discussion of the current debate over fault or no-fault divorce. Framing American Divorce: From the Revolutionary Generation to the Victorians Basch, Norma, University of California Press

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Divorce has become one of the most widely discussed issues in America. In this innovative exploration of the phenomenon of divorce in American society, Norma Basch uses a variety of analytic perspectives to enrich our understanding of the meaning of divorce during the formative years of both the nation and its law, roughly 1770 to 1870. She provides a fascinating, thoughtful look at divorce as a legal action, as an individual experience, and as a cultural symbol in its era of institutionalization and traces the powerful legacy of the first American divorce experiences for us today.Using a unique methodology, Basch fragments her story into three discrete but chronologically overlapping perspectives. In Part I, "Rules," she analyzes the changing legal and legislative aspects of divorce and the public response to them. Part II, "Mediations," focuses on individual cases and presents a close-up analysis of the way ordinary women and men tested the law in the courts. And Part III, "Representations," charts the spiraling imagery of divorce through various fiction and non-fiction narratives that made their way into American popular culture during the nineteenth century.The composite picture that emerges in Framing American Divorce is a vividly untidy one that exposes the gulf between legal and moral abstractions and everyday practices. Divorce, Basch argues, was always a focal point of conflict between the autonomy of women and the authority of men. Tracin 18th century,19th century,americas,divorce,divorce and separation,family law,family relationships,gender studies,historical study and educational resources,history Family Relationships, University of California Press

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A legal and cultural history of divorce in the 19th century--how the laws were made, how people used and abused them, and the larger public spectacle of divorce trials. Overall, historian Basch provides a rich sense of the complex meanings of divorce, and how it reflects tensions in our ideas on family, marriage, and power relations between men and women. From the Revolutionary Generation to the Victorians Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher Taschenbuch 01.08.2001 Buch (fremdspr.), Univ Of California Pr, .200

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A legal and cultural history of divorce in the 19th century--how the laws were made, how people used and abused them, and the larger public spectacle of divorce trials. Overall, historian Basch provides a rich sense of the complex meanings of divorce, and how it reflects tensions in our ideas on family, marriage, and power relations between men and women.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780520231962
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0520231961
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2001
Herausgeber: UNIV OF CALIFORNIA PR
249 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,386 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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