Class formation and urban-industrial society : Bradford, 1750-1850 /

Saved in:
Main Author: Koditschek, Theodore
Format: Book
Language:English
Subjects:
Tags: Add Tag
No Tags, Be the first to tag this record!
Table of Contents:
  • Acknowledgments
  • List of abbreviations
  • Introduction
  • Part I. From Traditional Community to Industrial City: Bradford: 1750-1850
  • 1. Proindustrialization in Bradford: 1750-1810
  • 2. The crisis of the traditional community
  • 3. The urban-industrial revolution: 1810-1850
  • 4. The development of the capitalist city: 1810-1850
  • 5. The industrial city and the traditional elite
  • Part II. The Emergence of a Liberal Entrepreneurial Society and the Rise of an Urban-Industrial Bourgeoisie: 1825-1850
  • 6. The rising generation of urban entrepreneurs
  • 7. The making of the self-made man
  • 8. The life of the self-denying entrepreneur
  • 9. The promise of a liberal entrepreneurial society
  • 10. The culture of voluntarism: religious association
  • 11. The culture of voluntarism: secular association
  • 12. the politics of liberalism
  • Part III. The Crisis of Proletarianization and the Stabilization of the Urban-Industrial World: 1825-1850
  • 13. The process of proletarianization
  • 14. from self-reliance to public relief: the bourgeois response to working-class poverty
  • 15. Urban-industrial paternalism and the Tory radical revival
  • 16. The emergence of working-class culture and consciousness
  • 17. The challenge of Chartism
  • 18. The foundations of the mid-Victorian liberal consensus
  • Epilogue
  • Appendices
  • Index

Descriptive content provided by Syndetics™, a Bowker service.