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by Brad Beaven

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Author:
Brad Beaven
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978-0719060274
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Manchester University Press (July 22, 2005)
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Leisure, citizenship and working-class men in britain, 1850-1945 Beaven, Brad Неизвестно 9780719060281 : Arguing that there was a remarkable continuity in male working-class culture between 1. Case studies lead readers to understand how people at the frontline have responded to the demands made upon them by government, by Ofsted and by the Education Funding Agency.

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Saved in: Main Author: Beaven, Brad. Series: Studies in popular culture (Manchester, England). Other Authors: EBSCO Publishing (Firm). Published: Manchester ; New York : New York : Manchester University Press ; Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2005. Subjects: Men Great Britain Social life and customs 19th century. Men Great Britain Social life and customs 20th century. Working class Great Britain Social life and customs 19th century

Series: Studies in Popular Culture .

Series: Studies in Popular Culture. Working-class culture has often been depicted as an atomised and fragmented entity lacking any significant cultural contestation. Drawing on a wealth of primary and secondary source material, this book powerfully challenges these recent assumptions and places social class centre stage once more.

Beaven has produced a significant and timely contribution to our understanding of popular leisure in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. -James Thompson, University of Bristol. Beaven's examination of the Coventry case is a welcome addition to a literature that has been overly dominated by London and Lancashire.

Working-class culture has often been depicted by historians as an atomised and fragmented entity lacking any .

Working-class culture has often been depicted by historians as an atomised and fragmented entity lacking any significant cultural contestation.

Leisure, citizenship and working-class men in Britain, 1850–1945. In: Beaven . Bell . James R. (eds) Port Towns and Urban Cultures. Cite this chapter as: James R. (2016) ‘If there’s one man that I admire, that man’s a British tar’: Leisure and Cultural Nation-Building in a Naval Port Town, c. 1850–1928. Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Citizenship and Working-Class Men in Britain, 1850-1945 . Leisure, citizenship and working-class men in Britain, 1850–1945.

Gender as well as class affected lifestyles: parents allowed sons more freedom, but young women’s employment opportunities expanded significantly, enabling them to become important leisure consumers.

Working-class culture has often been depicted as an atomised and fragmented entity lacking any .

Working-class culture has often been depicted as an atomised and fragmented entity lacking any significant cultural contestation.

The study of British working-class leisure, like that of. .Beaven is right to seek to locate attitudes to popular leisure in the broader context of changing conceptions of culture, community and citizenship.

The study of British working-class leisure, like that of class more generally, has often focused upon the locality. As Beaven rightly notes in his introduction, the North of England has received particular attention. As a number of historians have shown, attitudes to working-class gambling nicely exemplify this unlovely blend of incomprehension and condescension.

This lively and readable book uses fascinating accounts from those who participated in and observed contemporary popular leisure making it of interest to students and teachers of social history, popular culture, urban history, historical geography, historical sociology and cultural studies.