The Cambridge social history of Britain, 1750-1950. Vol. 2 : people and their environment

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Other titles
  • CAMBRIDGE SOCIAL HISTORY OF BRITAIN VOL. 2 PEOPLE & THEIR ENVIRONMENT
  • PEOPLE AND THEIR ENVIRONMENT
  • CAMBRIDGE SOCIAL HISTORY OF BRITAIN
  • Cambridge Social History of Britain: People and their Environment. 1st Ed. Vol. 2
  • Cambridge Social History of Britain Vol. 2 People and their Environment, 1st Edition
  • Cambridge Social History of Britain. Vol 2
Published
  • Cambridge : Cambridge University Press 1990
Physical description
1 online resource (xv, 373 pages) : digital, PDF file(s).
ISBN
  • 1-139-05559-3
Notes
  • Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
  • English
Contents
  • The social implications of demographic change / Michael Anderson -- The family in Britain / Leonore Davidoff -- Work / Patrick Joyce -- Housing / M.J. Daunton -- Food, drink and nutrition / D.J. Oddy -- Leisure and culture / H. Cunningham.
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Genre
  • text
Language
  • English
  • Whilst in certain quarters it may be fashionable to suppose that there is no such thing as society historians, they have had no difficulty in finding their subject. The difficulty, rather, is that an outpouring of research and writing is hard for anyone but the specialist to keep up with the literature or grasp the overall picture. In these three volumes, as is the tradition in Cambridge Histories, a team of specialists has assembled the jigsaw of topical monographic research and presented an interpretation of the development of modern British society since 1750, from three perspectives: those of regional communities, the working and living environment, and social institutions. Each volume is self-contained, and each contribution, thematically defined, contains its own chronology of the period under review. Taken as a whole they offer an authoritative and comprehensive view of the manner and method of the shaping of society in the two centuries of unprecedented demographic and economic change.

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