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The professions in nineteenth-century britain

Professor Laurence Brockliss | Economic & Social History | 01 January 2014

The professions were an expanding section of the middle-class in victorian britain. As the number of professional men and women grew and their influence increased, it has been argued that they developed a distinctive view of the positive role that th ...

Dementia and dress: embodiment, identity and personhood

Professor Julia Twigg | Social Policy | 27 May 2012

The study explores the significance of clothing and dress in the lives and experiences of people with dementia and their carers, deploying innovative methods to explore questions of identity, personhood and embodiment. Clothes play a central part in ...

Social identity and social action in wales: the role of group emotions

Professor Russell Spears | Psychology | 01 June 2005

This project examines the emotional bases of welsh identities in relation to social action and political participation. The welsh context is ripe for a study of national identity. There is no clear consensus concerning the issue of independence among ...

Demographic indicators of cultural consumption

Professor Paul Boyle | Human Geography | 01 April 2007

There is much interest amongst arts funding organisations in understanding arts attendance and how this varies between social groups. These issues have been examined previously through the commissioning of large-scale surveys, which provide valuable ...

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