Social change in the industrial revolution; an application of theory to the British cotton industry.


[Chicago] University of Chicago Press [1959] .

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Subjects Algodón -- Manufactura -- Gran Bretaña.
Cotton manufacture -- Great Britain.
Cotton manufacture.
Great Britain -- Social conditions.
Great Britain.
Labor movement -- Great Britain.
Labor movement.
Social conditions
Trabajo y trabajadores -- Gran Bretaña.
Description xii, 440 pages diagrams 23 cm
Copyright Date [1959]
Notes "An earlier version of this book was submitted to Harvard University as a Ph. D. dissertation."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 409-433).
Contents Some empty theoretical boxes -- Filling the boxes -- Structural differentiation in spinning -- Structural differentiation in weaving -- Refilling the boxes -- Pressures on the family division of labour -- Symptoms of disturbance in the family -- Differentiation of the family structure : factory legislation -- New conditions of employment : the evolution of trade unions -- Structural change in consumption and savings : the poor law, friendly societies, savings banks, and co-operative societies -- The question of explanation in working-class history.
Geographic Area Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)259719
(OCoLC)ocm00259719
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WorldCat Identities Smelser, Neil J.
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