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Author Harte, N. B.,
Title The world of UCL / Negley Harte, John North and Georgina Brewis.
Imprint London : UCL Press, 2018.
Edition Revised and updated [fourth edition].

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Author Harte, N. B.,
Subject University College, London -- History.
Universities and colleges -- England -- London -- History.
Alt Name North, John, 1938-
Brewis, Georgina,
University College, London.
Add Title World of University College, London
Description 1 online resource (352 pages) : illustrations (some color), maps, portraits (some color), facsimiles
polychrome rdacc
Edition Revised and updated [fourth edition].
Note "First edition published in 1978, second edition published in 1991, third edition published in 2004" --Title page verso.
Previous edition entitled: The world of UCL, 1828-2004.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents American exceptionalism – Blaming the victim: psychological reductionism in class theory – Class divisions and status rankings: the social psychology of American stratification – Who is working class? – Class images – The decline of social class? – U.S. and British workers: same consciousness, different opportunities – Docile women? Pin money, homemaking, and class conflict – Fear and loathing? Ethnic hostility and working-class consciousness – Militant Blacks? The persistent significance of class – The American dream – Reversing the focus: capitalist strength and working-class consciousness.
Note PDF (JSTOR, viewed June 25, 2018).
ISBN 9781787352933 (electronic bk.)
1787352935 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 1041854075

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