Studies how the French family changed from a rigid patriarchal structure to an institution increasingly dominated by mothers, philanthropic agencies, and psychoanalysis and demonstrates implications for American society
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A student and colleague of Michel Foucault shows how public intervention in family affairs since the eighteenth century effected radical changes in a traditionally private domain.About the Author:
Jacques Donzelot is professor of political science at the University of Paris-X, Nanterres, and an urban planning advisor for the Ministry of Land Management in Paris. He is a founder, along with Michel Foucault, the Prison Information Group (G.I.P). His books include L'invention du social and, with Philippe Estèbe, L'État animateur.
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Book Description Random House Inc, 1980. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0394503384
Book Description Random House Inc (T), 1980. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110394503384