By Polly Wynn Allen
An research of Charlotte Perkins Gilman" transparent and established method of structure, panorama, and local layout.
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Because of industrializing, urbanizing pressures, the matrix of social relations had become much more complex by 1860. 6 All these changes in the organization of economic life had a profound impact on relations within families. Whereas husband and wife were obviously dependent upon one another economically in more agrarian times, and their children equally dependent upon both, industrial produc- Page 13 tion drove a variety of wedges between family members. 7 For one thing, the factory system separated individuals' work locations and daily schedules from those of others in the family; men, women, and children of one household no longer had the traditional satisfactions of working side by side in an unarguably common venture.
The Material Feminist Tradition Throughout the better part of the nineteenth century, a small number of thoughtful individuals in Europe and the United States became convinced that a collectively revised architecture would be crucial to the social empowerment of women. Adherents of that view and its practitioners have been described by Dolores Hayden as "material feminists" to indicate their conviction that the exploitation of women's domestic labor was central to the perpetuation of sexual inequality.
11 The expanding capitalist economy needed the home as a market for industrially produced goods. No longer having its own obvious productive importance, the home had begun to function as a satellite to the money economy. In the public imagination, the economic significance of the home shrank to its capacity to consume, measured by the extent of its buying power. Instead of the primary setting for the manufacture of necessary goods, the home was seen increasingly as merely one critical segment of the purchasing public.