Social history

Results
Muffled voices: women of the Ghanaian press, 1857-1957.
Gadzekpo, Audrey, Ph.D. (2002), Birmingham (Brydon, Lynne; Barber, Karin)
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A consciousness of their own? Class, 'race' and gender in the lives of white working-class women in post-war Birmingham, 1945-90.
Good, Shirley A., Ph.D. (2001), Staffordshire
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Disney's women: changes in depictions of femininity in Walt Disney's animated feature films, 1939-99.
Davis, Amy M., Ph.D. (2001), London
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The social function of women's periodicals in late 18th-century Hungary and Germany.
Milotay, Nora, Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge
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The role of women in Singapore: collaboration and conflict between capitalism and Asian values.
Oiwa, Sumiko, M.Phil. (1999), Hull (Blackman, Janet M.)
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Working-class life in Bradford, 1900-20: the philanthropic and political responses to working-class poverty, with particular reference to women and children.
Cushlow, Fiona, Ph.D. (2001), Huddersfield
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The long sexual revolution: British women, sex and contraception in the 20th century.
Cook, Hera, D.Phil. (2000), Sussex (Thane, Patricia M.)
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Women in civic life in Liverpool in the inter-war period.
Williams, Gaynor, M.Phil. (2000), Liverpool (Lawrence, Jon M.)
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The 'shrieking sisterhood': membership, policy and strategy of the Women's Social and Political Union in Leicester and the E. Midlands, 1907-14.
Whitmore, Richard, Ph.D. (2000), De Montfort (Thoms, David W.)
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The lives and experiences of Rugby working women, 1890-1950.
Robinson, Elizabeth, Ph.D. (2000), Leicester (Snell, Keith D.M.)
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The British student movement, 1965-72.
Thomas, Nick, Ph.D. (1998), Warwick (Tiratsoo, Nicholas E.H.; Mason, Tony)
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The life styles of young middle-class women in Liverpool in the 1920s and 1930s.
Messenger, Sharon, Ph.D. (1999), Liverpool (Davies, Andrew M.)
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The shadow of marriage: single women in England, 1919-39.
Holden, Katherine, Ph.D. (1996), Essex
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'Basque women and freedom': the gender politics of radical nationalism, 1952-82.
Hamilton, Carrie L., Ph.D. (1999), London (Graham, Helen E.)
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Facing feminities: women in the National Portrait Gallery, c.1858-1900.
Perry, Lara A., D.Phil. (1998), York (Corbett, David Peters)
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The role of housing in the development of the women's movement in England, 1850-1914.
Morrell, Caroline, Ph.D. (1999), Oxford Brookes (Digby, Anne)
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Male violence directed at women as reported in the Manchester press, 1870-1900.
Jones, Joanne, Ph.D. (1999), Lancaster (Archer, John E.; Feehan, Laurie J.)
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The idea of 'a progressive generation': the case of American women social reformers.
Day, Raymond A., Ph.D. (1999), Cambridge (Badger, Anthony J.)
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Women, health and charity: women in the poor relief systems in 18th-century Scotland and France.
Diack, H. Lesley, Ph.D. (1999), Aberdeen (Brotherstone, W. Terry C.; Scott, William)
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Irish and non-Irish women living in their households in 19th-century Liverpool: issues of class, gender, religion and birthplace.
Letford, Lynda S., Ph.D. (1996), Lancaster
Thesis
Women workers and trade union participation in Scotland, 1919-39.
Arnot, Julie, Ph.D. (1999), Glasgow (Gordon, Eleanor J.; Crowther, M. Anne)
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'Ladies' football': gender roles and the socialization of women football players in Lancashire, 1917-c.1960.
Melling, Alethea, Ph.D. (2000), Central Lancashire (Walton, John K.; Russell, David C.)
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Women and work in Northern Ireland, 1920-50.
Morrow, Alison J., D.Phil. (1995), Ulster
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Educating German women: the work of the women's affairs section of the British military government, 1946-51.
Tscharntke, Denise K., Ph.D. (2002), Durham (Thompson, Alastair P.)
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The status of women in Anglo-Saxon Mercia from the 7th to the 11th century.
Pyle, Claire E., M.Phil. (1997), Nottingham
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The business of the College of Justice in 1600: how it reflects the economic and social life of Scots men and women.
Coutts, Winifred K., Ph.D. (1999), Edinburgh (Lynch, Michael; Sellar, W. David H.)
Thesis
Silent witnesses: representations of working-class women in America, 1933-45.
Ellis, Jacqueline, Ph.D. (1995), Hull
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Breaching the Bastille: aspects of gender, class and politics in the women's movement to reform the 19th-century English workhouse.
Chantry, Angela, Ph.D. (1999), Kent (Wells, Roger A.E.)
Thesis
Contemporary Japan
Kingston, Jeff (2010) Wiley-Blackwell, 9781405191937 Paperback £19.99
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Contesting the Renaissance
Caferro, William (2010) Wiley-Blackwell, 9781405123709 Paperback £19.99
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