Work and Wealth in a Modern Port: An Economic Survey of Southampton e-book
by A.J. Vinson
This survey, first published in 1934, was designed as a contribution to our knowledge of poverty, its incidence and causes. Poverty is a product of many variables, and it needs to be understood as an expression of a complex of economic and other social forces.
This survey, first published in 1934, was designed as a contribution to our knowledge of poverty, its incidence and causes. This study therefore goes beyond the immediate facts, and investigates some of the factors which have influenced the growth of population, the earning strength of families and the economic life of the town and port.
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Female members of mining families usually earned money within the privacy of the domestic sphere. In public at least this allowed the affirmation of the family wage and the male breadwinner as the economic modus operandi within the mining household.
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December 11, 2009 History. an economic survey of Southampton. Ford, P. Work and wealth in a modern port. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Work and wealth in a modern port from your list? Work and wealth in a modern port. by Ford, P. Published 1934 by G. Allen & Unwin ltd. in London. Economic conditions, Social surveys. Southampton, Southampton (England), England. Work and Wealth in a Modern Port - eBook.
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