By Linda Davick, Janet Schulman
It's Valentine's Day and the ten little friends during this booklet are busy making Valentines for his or her closest friends.
A dinosaur card, thinks little Pete,
My friend Max could locate fairly neat.
Will everybody get a Valentine on the monstrous Valentine's Day social gathering? you could anticipate it!
With its enjoyable counting aspect, bouncy textual content, and lovable illustrations, this publication is the proper reward for younger lovebugs.
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61). Moreover, working-class friends seemed to have had fewer resources to bridge geographical distances when marriage moved friends apart. , p. 66). While Hansen found far more intimate letters between women than men, other evidence makes it plausible to suggest that, in contrast to the middle classes, working-class men may have had more resources for establishing and sustaining intimate friendships. Working-class men were more autonomous of family and more frequent actors in the public arenas that cultivated individualism and choices in friendship.
266). Not only were the primary tasks of men unwelcoming of intimate attachment, but new standards of masculine identity and personality were also. Christian brotherhood and romantic love circumscribed the play of intimacy (Yacovone, 1990; Rotundo, 1993). Historians have tapped evidence of romantic friendships among men, none the less (Rotundo, 1989; Yacovone, 1990). In 1800, Daniel Webster, for example, described his best friend as ‘the partner of my joys, griefs, and affections, the only participator of my most secret thoughts’ (Rotundo, 1989, p.
Individualism in the public sphere The ideology of separate spheres pronounced the public sphere to be the world of men. Yet the public sphere was not just men’s proper place. Its institutions developed to incorporate men as central actors and its ideology of individualism simultaneously presumed and constituted modern male identity (Acker, 1990; Boydston, 1990; Rotundo, 1993). The institutions of work and the meanings of being a worker incorporated a person who was fully freed to compete and contract in a labour market, to sell long hours of labour for a wage, and to suppress non-pecuniary motives, needs, and emotions in service of his contract.