2005 - supplement 13

Articles in this issue

  • Endogamy and Social Class in History: An Overview
    Pages: 1 - 23
  • Marriage Choices in a Plantation Society: Bahia, Brazil
    Pages: 25 - 41
  • Deciding Whom to Marry in a Rural Two-Class Society: Social Homogamy and Constraints in the Marriage Market in Rendalen, Norway, 1750-1900
    Pages: 43 - 63
  • "We have No Protetariat": Social Stratification and Occupational Homogamy in Industrial Switzerland, Winterthur 1909/10-1928
    Pages: 65 - 91
  • Pyrenean Marriage Strategies in the Nineteenth Century: The French Basque Case
    Pages: 93 - 122
  • Homogamy in a Society Orientated towards Stability: A Microstudy of a South Tyrolean Market Town, 1700-1900
    Pages: 123 - 148
  • Finding the Right Partner: Rural Homogamy in Nineteeth-Century Sweden
    Pages: 149 - 177
  • Migration, Occupational Identity, and Societal Openness in Nineteenth-Century Belgium
    Pages: 179 - 218
  • Migration and Endogamy According to Social Class: France, 1803-1986
    Pages: 219 - 246
  • "They Live in Indifference Together": Marriage Mobility in Zeeland, the Netherlands, 1796-1922
    Pages: 247 - 274
  • Total and Relative Endogamy by social Origin: A First International Comparison of Changes in Marriage Choices during the Nineteenth Century
    Pages: 275 - 295