British Society Since 1945 -

British Society Since 1945

The Penguin Social History of Britain

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Arthur Marwick's penetrating survey of Britain's society and lifestyles since the Second World War has been extensively updated for the twenty-first century. High and popular culture; race, gender and class relations; science and technology; 'Britishness' and relations with Europe - the diversity of social developments in these areas from 1945 to 2002 is explored here within a clear chronological framework. An examination of opinion polls and two major sex surveys offer fascinating insights into current social attitudes. And additional chapters bring this edition right up to date, offering a lively critique of New Labour and discussing many recent issues that affect the nation today, such as devolution in Scotland and Wales, race riots, the BSE and foot-and-mouth crises, and the effect on the economy of 11th September.

Product code: 9780141005270

ISBN 9780141005270
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H198xW129xS23
No. Of Pages 528
Publisher Penguin Books Ltd
Explores high and popular culture; family, race, gender and class relations; sexual attitudes and material conditions; science and technology - the diversity of social developments in Britain from 1945 to 2002. This book moves dexterously through a wide variety of sources, ranging from poetry through film and novels to opinion polls.