History of Families

History of Families

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  • The Hunter-Gatherer Families
  • I should be quiet while he's hunting.
  • Agricultural Families
  • Go help your father with the farming. 
  • Pre-Industrial Families
  • You better have done your housework!
  • The man's role is to hunt,  using his handmade tools. The woman's role is to gather fruits, nuts, and grains.
  • Urban Industrial Families
  • Wow, school is much better than working in factories!
  • Families include a lot more children. Children are needed to help with work and providing for the family.
  • The Contemporary Canadian Family
  • How was work today?
  • The man is dominant in the household and had control over the women and children's lives. Children are often sent to other homes or factories to do work.
  • Children no longer have to work in factories and are able to attend school. Since children are longer needed to provide for the family, families with less children are more common.
  • Duel-income households, in which both spouses worked full-time are common. Childless couples are more numerous.
  • Great, how was work for you?
  • Storyboard by: Jessica Sardella & Vanessa Belanger
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