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Social change in contemporary Britain

Author: Nicholas Abercrombie; Alan Warde
Publisher: Cambridge Polity Press 1995
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : ReprView all editions and formats
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Nine essays by sociologists examine the changes of the last 25 years: the decline of manufacturing; the development of higher education and the role of women within it; the growth of pop music; the  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas Abercrombie; Alan Warde
ISBN: 0745607829 9780745607825 0745607837 9780745607832
OCLC Number: 258362263
Description: XI, 189 Seiten Diagramme 24 cm
Contents: Introduction, Nicholas Abercrombie and Alan Warde; from social democracy to Thatcherism - 25 years of British politics, Bob Jessop; from Beatles to Bros - 25 years of British pop, Simon Frith; where did all the bright girls go? women's higher education and employment since 1964; change in the domestic division of labour in the UK 1975-1987 - dependent labour versus adaptive partnership, Johnathan Gershuny; the rising demand for law and order and our Maginot lines of defence against crime, Jock Young; changing households? changing work?, Liz Stanley; the sacralization of the self and the New Age capitalism, Paul Heelas; the end of the industrial worker?, Huw Benyon.
Responsibility: ed. by Nicholas Abercrombie and Alan Warde

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