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Everyday life and women in america, c1800-1920 is a primary source collection on an unparalleled resource for the study of american social, cultural, and. This article argues that everyday life is related to all social relations and activities, including both the 'official' practices that are codified and. Stress:there has been no definition of stress that everyone accepts therefore, it's difficult to measure stress if there is no agreement on what.
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