5 edition of companionate marriage found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Ben B. Lindsey & Wainwright Evans. Introd. by Charles Larsen.|
|Series||Family in America|
|Contributions||Evans, Wainwright, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HQ803 .L5 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 396 p.|
|Number of Pages||396|
|LC Control Number||73169393|
companionate marriage marriage characterized by shared decision making and emotional and sexual expressiveness.; 4 major features: 1. men and women share household decision making and tasks 2. marriages were expected to provide: romance, sexual fulfillment, and emotional growth 3. wives were no longer guardians of virtue and sexual restraint 4. The book emphasizes more conventional reformers, who by the s hoped to contain the potential for modern women's independence from men and marriage in “companionate marriage.” This incorporated birth control, easier divorce, and intensified sexual intimacy.
The notion of companionate marriage was spearheaded by Judge Ben Lindsey and Wainwright Evans in , when their book The Companionate Marriage sparked widespread controversy. The authors suggested that men and women ought to live together for. Companionate marriage directed female sexual energies toward men and marriage. Judge Ben Lindsey popularized the essential elements in his book Companionate Marriage: 1) easier di-vorce, especially for childless marriages; 2) legaliza-tion of birth control; 3) provision of sex education for youth. These concrete reforms relied on two as-.
Making Marriage Modern explains the fierce debates among whites and African Americans about American women's sexuality in the early twentieth century that set an older motherhood-centered ideal against a modern female style and produced a new conception of marriage that prevailed until the challenges of the Women's Liberation Movement. This contentious public . Companionate: This is the most common form of marriage among younger couples, according to Wallerstein."It reflects the social changes of the last two decades. At its core are friendship, equality, and the value system of the women's movement, with its corollary that the male role, too, needs to change.A major factor in the companionate marriage is the Author: Sheri Stritof.
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Ben B. Lindseys book The Companionate Marriage inshows how the eras anticommunist politics, gender conservatism, and religious tensions constrained companionate marriages meanings and limited its reformist companionate marriage book.
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Companionate marriage, Hardcover – January 1, by Ben B Lindsey (Author) › Visit Amazon's Ben B Lindsey Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an companionate marriage book. Learn about Author Central Price: $ By the s, as sex radicals were silenced by the Red Scare, more conventional reformers—social scientists and ex‐radicals—developed the concept of companionate marriage, to adapt marriage to a growing youth culture, women's independence and civil equality, and a more consumer‐oriented middle class.
Figures like Judge Ben Lindsey, author of. Sheri Stritof has written about marriage and relationships for 20+ years. She's the co-author of The Everything Great Marriage Book. You may be in a companionate marriage and not even know it. A companionate marriage is based on two spouses having mutual interests in their careers and children.
Spouses in companionate marriages believe in the Author: Sheri Stritof. Companionate marriage definition is - a proposed form of marriage in which legalized birth control would be practiced, the divorce of childless couples by mutual consent would be permitted, and neither party would have any financial or economic claim on the other.
Define companionate marriage. companionate marriage synonyms, companionate marriage pronunciation, companionate marriage translation, English dictionary definition of companionate marriage.
A marriage based on the mutual consent and equality of the partners for the purpose of companionship rather than with the expectation of child-rearing or. Companionate Marriage was a American silent drama film directed by Erle C. Kenton and starring Betty Bronson, and released by First National Pictures.
The film is now considered lost. The film was a collaboration between the company of Asher Small Rogers and Sam Sax.
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Companionate Marriage - Shift from Traditional marriage to Companionate marriage in the 's - In a companionate marriage, the focus is on the two people who are getting married; not on the needs of society-There was an emphasis on emotional and sexual gratification of.
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The book emphasizes more conventional reformers, who by the s hoped to contain the potential for modern women's independence from men and marriage in "companionate marriage."Author: Andrea N. Hunt. Companionate and Pedagogic Marriage Models in Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility and Emma The companionate marriage is not only a marriage based on love, but also takes into account rank, wealth, social status, religious values, and moral character.
Jones acknowledges that “any book about marriage in Jane Austen’s time is sure to Author: Kandace Hansen Wheelwright.
Other articles where The Companionate Marriage is discussed: Ben B. Lindsey: widely discussed of which was The Companionate Marriage (; with Wainwright Evans), in which he argued for birth control to prevent parenthood until a marriage was solidly established and for divorce by mutual consent (but not if children were involved).
In the article “American Marriage in Transition”, Andrew J. Cherlin explains how this transition, which occurred in society between the 19th and 20th centuries, changed the meaning of marriage.
He categorizes the different types of marriages into three distinct types: institutionalized, companionate, and individualized. Companionate marriage 31 works Search for books with subject Companionate marriage. Search.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages 23 cm. Series Title: Family in America. Responsibility: by Ben B. Lindsey. Companionate marriage. In earlyJudge Lindsey co-wrote a controversial book about what he called "companionate marriage," in which he suggested that young men and women should be able to live together in a trial marriage, where the couple could have a year to evaluate whether or not they were suitable with each : NovemJackson, Tennessee, US.
The institution of marriage has changed more during the last fifty years than in any comparable period in American history. With respect to demographic trends, age at first marriage increased, cohabitation became common as a prelude to marriage, the divorce rate rose, and the percentage of marriages in which one or both spouses had been married previously by: 5.
Ben B. Lindsey, American judge, international authority on juvenile delinquency, and reformer of legal procedures concerning offenses by youths and domestic-relations problems. His controversial advocacy of “companionate marriage” was sometimes confused with the “trial marriage” idea of the.
Companionate marriage definition, a form of marriage in which the partners agree not to have children and can be divorced by mutual consent, leaving neither spouse legally responsible for the financial welfare of the other.
See more.In this first comparative ethnographic look at the global transformation toward marital ideals characterized by emotional intimacy, companionship, and mutual choice—discussed here as "companionate marriage"—Modern Loves asks how this shift is occurring and explores the factors that promote and hinder it, just who is pushing for these more.Passionate Marriage has become a perennial best-seller from of word-of-mouth advertizing by its growing loyal readership.
We appreciate your continued support. Passionate Marriage is recognized as the pioneering book on intimate human relationships. With a new preface by the author, this updated edition explores ways we can keep passion alive.