5 edition of Street violence in the nineteenth century found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||PN5124.V56 S5 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||168 p. :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||90006692|
Reading Spaces and Reading Violence in Nineteenth-Century Britain Skip, Jenny (), “Violence, Aggression and Masculinity during the Eigh teenth Ce ntury. AAuthor: John Carter Wood. STREET VIOLENCE Violence is the "intentional use of physical force against another person or against oneself, which either results in, or has a high likelihood of resulting in, injury or death" (Rosenberg, O'Carroll and Powell , p. ). Violence is typically categorized according to the relationship between the victim and the perpetrator, as well as the location in which it takes .
This book exposes the 'hidden' history of marital violence and explores its place in English family life between the Restoration and the mid-nineteenth century. In a time before divorce was easily available and when husbands were popularly believed to have the right to beat their wives, Elizabeth Foyster examines the variety of ways in which Author: Elizabeth Foyster. Youth and Crime in Early Nineteenth-Century London (London: Royal Historical Society, ), p. (This is Heather Shore’s paraphrase though the term was being used commonly by the mid nineteenth century). First Report from the Committee on the State of the Police of the Metropolis (London, ), p. ; The Times, 28 June
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Street Violence in the Nineteenth Century: Media Panic Or Real Danger. Rob Sindall. Leicester University 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Contents. Acknowledgements vn 1 The Background to Street Violence. 1: A New Approach to Criminal Statistics. Eternity Street: Violence and Justice in Frontier Los Angeles - Kindle edition by Faragher, John Mack. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
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Violence and Crime in Nineteenth-Century England will be essential reading for advanced students and researchers of modern British history. Street violence in the nineteenth century.
Leicester ; New York: Leicester University Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Rob Sindall. In Eternity Street, John Mack Faragher has unearthed a blood-soaked history of nineteenth-century Los Angeles that blows away ‘Wild West’ fantasies.
Faragher’s masterwork should be read by all who wish to understand more about the Brand: Norton, W. & Company, Inc. Street Violence in the Nineteenth Century by Robin Sindall,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1). This is an ambitious book. Its title and theme are encapsulated succinctly at p.
4 of the introduction: ‘Civilized’ thinking on violence became dominant by the end of the nineteenth century, largely through seeing older cultures of violence as Author: Jack Anderson. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.
The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Street Literature of the Long Nineteenth Century ix Figure The Life and Opinions of Sam Silence, Commonly Called the Little Philosopher, printed for C.
Sheppard, London (c). Sixteen-page chapbook, remarkable for its well-preserved, dab-coloured, wood-engraved wrappers.
The only known copy of an otherwise unknown children’s chapbook. The author discusses topics such as street fighting, policing, sports, community discipline and domestic violence and shows how the nineteenth century.
Liverpool University Press is the UK's third oldest university press, with a distinguished history of publishing exceptional research since The study of crime and violence in all its multifarious forms remains one of the most productive areas of enquiry for Irish historians.
Considered an inordinately violent and unruly society by many contemporaries, nineteenth-century Ireland. Street Justice traces the stunning history of police brutality in New York City, and the antibrutality movements that sought to eradicate it, from just after the Civil War through the present.
New York's experience with police brutality dates back to the founding of the force and has shown itself in various forms ever since: From late-nineteenth-century "clubbing"-the/5.
“Street Justice is a lively account of a depressing subject- police brutality (and the efforts to curb it) in New York City from the mid-nineteenth century to the late twentieth.
Informative, absorbing, and often highly perceptive, it should be rewarding reading not only for historians, but also for anyone interested in policing, police reform, and, not least of all, New York City. This article is a shorter and somewhat altered version of the second chapter of my book, Violence and Crime in Nineteenth-Century England: The Shadow of Our Refinement (London: Routledge, ).
I thank Routledge for permission to reproduce that Cited by: 6. Although customary notions eventually faded, this book shows how the nineteenth century established enduring patterns in views of violence.
Violence and Crime in Nineteenth-Century England will be essential reading for advanced students and researchers of modern British history, social and cultural history and criminology.
The New Police in Nineteenth-Century England: Crime, conflict and control by David Taylor (Manchester University Press, ) Crime, policing and punishment in England by David Taylor.
At the Dark End of the Street is an important step to finally facing the terrible legacies of race and gender in this country.” —The Washington Post “McGuire goes far beyond other historians in exploring the origins of the civil rights movement.
A powerful book that should alter forever how the civil rights movement is viewed.”/5(14). Rosalind Crone’s Violent Victorians is the kind of book that should be on every undergraduate reading list for 19th-century studies. The intricacies of class, of the multi-faceted character of a modernising society, and of the many faces of urban popular culture are all brought together here by a central thread examining the place of violence – or rather, its.
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