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Author Oakley, Ann,
Title Father and daughter : patriarchy, gender, and social science / Ann Oakley.
Imprint Bristol : The Policy Press, 2014.

Author Oakley, Ann,
Subject Oakley, Ann.
Titmuss, Richard Morris, 1907-1973.
Social scientists -- Great Britain -- Biography.
Women social scientists -- Great Britain -- Biography.
Description 1 online resource
Note Print version record.
Contents FATHER AND DAUGHTER; Contents; List of illustrations; Key dates; Preface; 1. Daughter of a Blue Plaque Man; 2. Falling into the bog of history; 3. Memory and identity; 4. Family and kinship in London and other places; 5. Mrs Titmuss's diaries; 6. Love and solitude; 7. The story of the Titmice: an alternative version; 8. Meeting Win; 9. Harem in Houghton Street; 10. Difficult women; 11. Post-mortem; 12. The Troubles; 13. Dusting his bookshelves; 14. Vera's rose; 15. This procession of educated men; 16. Telling stories; Notes and references; Notes.
Richard Titmuss and Ann Oakley: main publicationsAdditional bibliography (books referred to in the text not listed in the endnotes); Index.
Summary Father and daughter provides an unique 'insider perspective' on two key figures in twentieth-century British social science, combining biography of Richard Titmuss and autobiography by his daughter Ann Oakley.
ISBN 9781447318118 (electronic bk.)
1447318110 (electronic bk.)
9781447318125
1447318129
9781447318101
1447318102
OCLC # 892844009
Additional Format Print version: Oakley, Ann. Father and daughter 9781447318101 (OCoLC)889521952


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