Sources for the study of science, technology and everyday life 1870-1950: volume 2 - a secondary reader

Part of a two volume work which explores the relationship between changes in social history - such as work patterns, domestic life, mobility, leisure and health - and scientific and technological developments, this should be of interest to undergraduates following courses in social history, science studies and sociology. It is an Open University reader for course A282. This volume is a collection of secondary source materials.

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Author(s)Colin Chant
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