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by Simon Gunn

  • ISBN: 0719057159
  • Category: Politics
  • Author: Simon Gunn
  • Subcategory: Anthropology
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Manchester University Press (March 7, 2001)
  • Pages: 224 pages
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  • Rating: 4.7
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Beautifully written and extremely readable, the book investigates new aspects of the bourgeois world, and provides new and important interpretation of the history of the nineteenth-century middle class and the Victorian city - Dr John Seed, Roehampton Institute, University of Surrey.

Beautifully written and extremely readable, the book investigates new aspects of the bourgeois world, and provides new and important interpretation of the history of the nineteenth-century middle class and the Victorian city - Dr John Seed, Roehampton Institute, University of Surrey. Simon Gunn is Professor of Urban History at the University of Leicester.

0719057159 (ISBN13: 9780719057151).

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As well as many original arguments, the book provides a clear and useful overview of the public cultures of Victorian 'respectability'

The history of urban bourgeois culture has been relatively unexplored and under-theorised compared to popular culture. As well as many original arguments, the book provides a clear and useful overview of the public cultures of Victorian 'respectability'. The book will be of interest to scholars and students in the areas of social history, cultural history, urban history, cultural studies, urban studies and the sociology of culture.

The Victorian middle-class is largely associated with the growth of cities and the expansion of the economy. The term was used from around the mid-eighteenth century to describe those people below the aristocracy but above the workers. As a social category, the 'middling sort' always referred to a broad band of the population, but this diversity increased in the nineteenth century. The Making of the British Middle Class?

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International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 9780719075469, (pbk) : £1. 9 pbk : £1. 9 : CIP entry (Fe.

The history of urban bourgeois culture has been relatively unexplored and under-theorised compared to popular culture.

The book therefore represents a significant contribution both to the study of middle-class cultural forms and to an understanding of the relationship . Published October 2000. The Arctic in the British Imagination 1818-1914.

The book therefore represents a significant contribution both to the study of middle-class cultural forms and to an understanding of the relationship between culture and power. In particular, it argues for the importance of ritualised modes of social behaviour in understanding the construction of authority in the nineteenth-century city. As well as many original arguments, the study provides a clear and useful overview of the public cultures of Victorian 'respectability'.

As well as many original arguments, the book provides a clear and useful overview of the public cultures of Victorian "respectability.

The history of urban bourgeois culture has been relatively unexplored and under-theorized compared to popular culture. As well as many original arguments, the book provides a clear and useful overview of the public cultures of Victorian "respectability.

This book explores the rise and fall of a distinctive "high" culture in the industrial cities of Birmingham, Leeds, and Manchester from the mid-19th century to the 1880s. Urban bourgeois culture has been little-explored; this book is a significant contribution both to the study of middle-class cultural forms and to an understanding of the relationship between culture and power. He ranges widely across forms of cultural production and social practice, including architecture, urban design, dress and etiquette, social clubs, music, and civic parades and ceremonies.

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