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La historia de la familia en la reciente bibliografía europea

Pilar Muñoz López
Historia Social
No. 21 (1995), pp. 145-155
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40340401
Page Count: 11
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Abstract

El artículo analiza la reciente y cuantiosa bibliografía europea sobre historia de la familia, que demuestra que esta disciplina ha alcanzado ya la madurez. Muchas publicaciones han seguido las líneas de investigación apuntadas en los años ochenta (economía, demografia y, sobre todo, sentimientos y valores destaca aquí Lawrence Stone-). Pero también han aparecido obras de síntesis, generales (Historia de la Familia) o centradas en un determinado aspecto o país. Tambien otras disciplinas (sociología) y otros campos de la historia social se han enriquecido con el análisis de la historia de la familia, convertida ya en área de estudio con entidad propia, y clave para comprender las sociedades y su evolutión. /// The article analyses the plentiful recent European literature on Family History, which proves that this discipline has already reached maturity. Many publications have continued along the lines of research traced out in the eighties (economy, demography and especially, feelings and values -Lawrence Stone is outstanding in this aspect). But works of synthesis have also been published, whether general (History of the Family) or centred on a particular aspect or country. Other disciplines (sociology) and other fields of Social History have also become more complete through the analysis of Family History, that has already become a field of research in its own right, and a key for understanding societies and their evolution.

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