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Humanitarianism or Control? A Symposium on Aspects of Nineteenth-Century Social Reform in Britain and America (Rice University Studies, Vol. 67, No. 1, Winter 1981) download epub

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84 See Harrison, Rose, The Struggle for Penal Reform (n. 49 above), pp. 56–57; Garland,, Punishment and Welfare, p. 109; Wiener, p. 335.

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A Symposium on Aspects of Nineteenth-Century Social Reform in Britain and America, Rice University Studies 67 (Winter 1981): 1–84; Graff, Harvey . The Legacies of Literacy: Continuities and Contradictions in Western Culture and Society (Bloomington, In. 1987), 11 Antonio Gramsci's term hegemony appears too subtle to be used in the context of the source material for. this article, although I am aware of its interpretive value.

The rise of humanitarianism was one aspect of a new mode of British imperialism that also challenged slaveholders' self-image as.

The rise of humanitarianism was one aspect of a new mode of British imperialism that also challenged slaveholders' self-image as loyal and free members of an extended British world. Questions of national identity, patriotism and the British constitution were central to the trans-imperial controversy over slavery.

Its principles and the workhouse system dominated attitudes to welfare provision for the next 80 years. This new Seminar Study explores the changing ideas to poverty over this period and assesses current debates on Victorian attitudes to the poor.

10. What was the role and the status of Great Britain in the World at the end of the 19th century?

In the 19th century the post-Napoleonic wars period of reaction was being gradually reformed and more liberal ministers were included in the Government, more progressive policies and laws were adopted. Under ultra-conservatory Wellington, who became Prime minister in 1828, some reforms were introduced: R. Peel, the Home Secretary created an efficient police force, and the policeman were called peelers or bobbies. The technological revolution was going on strengthened by social reforms that were obviously lagging behind. 10. What was the role and the status of Great Britain in the World at the end of the 19th century?

Marx and the Ancients is the first book-length treatment to detail the . Within this context, too, Marx's ethics and theory of social justice will be closely examined

Marx and the Ancients is the first book-length treatment to detail the relationship between classical Greek philosophy and Karl Marx's critique of political economy. From his dissertation on the physics and astronomy of Epicurus and Democritus to his later economic writings, Marx's view of the classical polis left its mark. The purpose of this book is to examine some of the aspects of these interests with special attention to the philosophy of Aristotle and Epicurus. Within this context, too, Marx's ethics and theory of social justice will be closely examined. In the past few years, the topic of Marx and ethics has been a popular one in North America.

Recent papers in Nineteenth Century Social Reform. Arguing that sexuality intersects with gender, race and class in complex ways, this monograph studies these issues against a canvas of social history and probes the larger agendas that they fed into. Little Republics or Petty Republics?: The Panchayat, Imperial Sovereignty, and Discourses of Self- Government in British India, ca. 1870 – 1917. Arguing that sexuality intersects with gender, race and class in complex ways, this monograph studies these issues against a canvas of social history and probes the larger agendas that they fed into

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Humanitarianism or Control? A Symposium on Aspects of Nineteenth-Century Social Reform in Britain and America (Rice University Studies, Vol. 67, No. 1, Winter 1981) download epub
Author: Martin J. (Editor) Wiener
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Publisher: Rice University Studies (1981)