Table of contents for Between sex and power : family in the world, 1900-2000 / Goran Therborn.


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Table of Contents					Page
Preface
Introduction: Sex, Power, and Families of the World
Part I. Patriarchy and Its Exits - and Closures
Chapter 1. Modernities and Family Systems: Patriarchy around l900	1
Collisions and Continuities in Europe				6
At the Frontier: Gender Governance of European Settlement		17
The Duality of Creole Society: Colonial, and Indo- and Afro-American Families
After the Upheavals					23
Colonial Thrusts					28
	South Asia: The Elites and the Others			31
	Africa: The Morning of Colonial Shock			39
	The Interstices of Southeast Asia			45
Imperial Threats					51
	East Asia: The Family in Reactive Modernities		53
		The Japanese Path			53
		The Blocked Exits Out of China´s Past		58
	Islam Under Pressure				62
The World of Patriarchy around l900				68
Chapter 2. A Long Night´s Journey into Dawn			1(70)
Prologue: When the Earth Moved: Three Moments of Change		1
	Forces of Change and of Resistance			4
Act 1: Reform, Revolution, or Neither				8
	The Consensual Vanguard				8
	Feminism and Communist Revolution			12
	Variants of Limitations				15
		China: An Aborted Revolution		16
		An Urban Bridgehead in Revolutionary Turkey	17
		The Mexican Revolution and Latin America	20
Act 2. The Constitutional Moment				23
	Japan, China, and the Rest of Asia			23
	Germany and Eastern Europe			27
	The United Nations				31
Act 3. "1968" and Feminist Globalization			32
Chapter 3. The Patriarchal Burden of the 21st Century			37
South Asian Arrangements					38
Backlash in West Asia and North Africa				43
African Traditions and Their Ruins				47
East Asian Changes and Recidivism				51
Southeast Asian Hesitations				56
Euro-American Post-Patriarchy: Inequality			59
Part II. Marriage and Mutations of the Socio-Sexual Order		1
	Meanings of Marriage				1
Chapter 4. Sex and Marriage in l900				7
	Fin-de-siècle scenes				7
The Rule of Universal Marriage				10
The Peculiarities of Western (European) Marriage			16
	The Sexual Order Outside Marriage			20
The Creole Americas and Their Non-Marriage			31
The Global Significance of Marriage in l900			37
Chapter 5. Marital Curvatures of the 20th Century			38
The Rise of the Western Honeymoon				39
	The Age of Industrial Marriage			39
	Eastern Europe and the Irony of Communism		44
	Knots Are Tied in Latin America			46
Asian Ageing					51
African Specificity Through Colonialism and National Crises		56
The World of Marriage in 2000				61
The Great Disruption - and the Smaller Ones			67
Chapter 6. The Return of Cohabitation and the Sexual Revolution		72
Boundaries Blurred: Marriage and Non-Marriage			72
	The Post-Industrial Landscape of Western Coupling		75
	Current Cohabitation Outside the European Family		86
The Sexual Revolution					92
	The Western Revolution				92
	A Sexual Geography of the World around 2000		97
		The Vast Expanse of African Sexuality		98
		Asian Ways: Control and/or Discretion		101
		Creole Inequalities			105
		Four "Western" Variants			108
	From Outlaw to Married Citizen: A Note on Rights to Homosexuality
						111
Part III. Couples, Babies, and States				1
Chapter 7. Fertility Decline and Political Natalism			1
The World´s Demographic Transition, 1750-2050			2
	Two Waves of Fertility Decline			9
Family Systems and Their Fertility				14
	Beginnings and the Western European Family		19
	The Movement of European Fertility Decline		24
Damning A Tide: Governmental Birth Promotion			29
Chapter 8. The Politics and the Sociology of Birth Control		38
Family Systems and the Second Wave of Fertility Control		38
Assessing Waves: Europe and the Third World			46
	Against the State and With the State			48
The Political Demography of Family Planning			52
	The Arc of National Programs			57
Moving Against Oneself? 					67
The New Fertility Decline in the Developed World		67
Birth Deficits: Unintended Low Fertility			71
Summing Up: The Routes to Fertility Decline			73
		
Conclusion. The Century Gone, the Century Coming		1	The Global Dynamics of Family Institutional Change
		Figures of Change			1
		Family Systems and the Processes of Institutional Change 3
		Trajectories and Their Properties		8
	Times Coming				15
Beyond "Transition": Ageing and Geopolitical Demographic Shifts				16
		Dim Prospects of Patriarchy		19
		Solitude and Complexity: After Industrial Standardization						22
List of Tables
A Note on Primary Sources
References
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Family History 20th century, Family Cross-cultural studies, Patriarchy History 20th century, Marriage History 20th century, Sex Social aspects, Fertility, Human Social aspects