By S. Broomhall
This assortment asks new questions about the loved ones, reading the types of optimistic and adverse emotional scope on hand to family contributors drawn jointly via shared financial, social and organic wishes instead of by way of blood ties.
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A point noted by Laslett, 'Introduction' to Household and Family in Past Time, ed. Laslett and Wall, p. 57. M. Chaytor, 'Household and Kinship: Ryton in the Late 16th and Early 17th Centuries', History Workshop Journal 10 (1980), pp. 25-60; D. Cooper and M. Donald, 'Households and "Hidden" Kin in Early Nineteenth-Century England: Four Case Studies in Suburban Exeter', Continuity and Change 10, 2 (1995), pp. 257-78; O. Harris, 'Households and Their Boundaries', History Workshop Journal 13 (1982), pp.
821-45. 32 Susan Broomhall 15. For a critical summary of such approaches, see J. W. Scott, 'The History of the Family as an Affective Unit', Social History 4,3 (1979), pp. 509-16. 16. G. K. Paster, K. Rowe and M. Floyd-Wilson (eds), Reading the Early Modem Passions: Essays in the Cultural History ofEmotion (Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004), p. 12. 17. See, for example, the narrative of affect constructed by L. Stone, The Family, Sex and Marriage in England 1500-1800 (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1977); and an early critique in Scott, 'The History of the Family as an Affective Unit', pp.
416. See also the existing work in this area by A. Pinch, 'Emotion and History. A Review Article', Comparative Studies in Society and History 37, 1 (1995), pp. ' p. 109. See also Pollock's reading of anger as a highly gendered emotion, 'Anger and the Negotiation of Relationships in early Modern England', Historical Journal 47, 3 (2004), p. 578. 34 Susan Broomhall 40. See an application of this methodology to friendship in R. G. Adams, 'Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Studying Friendships of Older Adults', Older Adult Friendship: Structure and Process, ed.
Emotions in the Household, 1200–1900 by S. Broomhall