5 edition of Marriage, property, and law in late Imperial Russia found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -388) and index.
|Statement||William G. Wagner.|
|Series||Oxford historical monographs|
|LC Classifications||KLA542 .W34 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 413 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||413|
|LC Control Number||94004970|
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It shows that efforts to adjust family, property, and inheritance law to changing social and economic conditions often became intertwined with attempts to shape society in accordance with competing ideological ideals.
Through a restructuring of the family's legal basis, members of the growing educated. James Blake Wiener: At the heart of An Ordinary Marriage is an argument that the western cult of domesticity did not pervade the gentry class in late imperial Russia.
The family’s patriarch, Andrei Chikhachev (c. ), was the primary educator of his two children, while his wife, Natalia Chikhachev (), oversaw the management of Author: James Blake Wiener. This chapter delves into the effects of existing tsarist property and inheritance law, an example of which is the conflict they bring to families during division and dispersal of properties.
It discusses the limitations of patrimonial property, which comprises any immovable property that can only be inherited by direct legal heirs or may be passed on through sale. His thesis led to the publication of his book Marriage, Property, and Law in Late Imperial Russia, which explores the role of the courts and jurists in shaping legal culture, political ideologies, and personal identities during the last property of the tsarist regime.
It was awarded the Barbara Heldt Prize for Best Book in Women’s Slavic. Lindenmeyr, A., ‘ Maternalism and Child Welfare in Late Imperial Russia ’, Journal of Women’s History 5 (Fall ). Marrese, M., A Woman’s Kingdom: Noblewomen and the Control of Property in Russia, – (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, ).
Marriage and Inequality in Chinese Society. Watson, Rubie S., and Patricia Buckley Ebrey (eds.) Property, and Law in Late Imperial Russia. Wagner, William G. 1st Edition. Politics in the Ancient World. Finley, M.
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 So, according to the law a wife was obliged to obey and live with her husband even if her husband wasn't treating her well.
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A Woman's Kingdom: Noblewomen and the Control of Property in Russia, By Michelle Lamarche Marrese (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, xiv plus pp. Michelle Marrese has written the definitive study of one of the most intriguing paradoxes in Russian history.
The average age of marriage for Russia’s peasant women was 20; for the aristocracy and middle-classes, it was a few years older. Russia had one of the highest child mortality rates of the Western world.
By the late s, around 47 per cent of children in rural areas did not survive to their fifth birthday. A historian’s view. The magnitude of the effect of the reform on permanent migration is large and land title conversions under the reform explain at least % of internal Asiatic migration in late Imperial Russia.
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