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Charles Booth's London poverty maps. A landmark reassessment of Booth's social survey. (Record no. 149523)

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Original cataloging agency ERASA
Language of cataloging eng
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International Standard Book Number 9780500022290
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International Standard Book Number 0500022291
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System control number (OCoLC)1107681977
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Classification number GA101-1999
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Classification number 526
100 1# - MAIN ENTRY--PERSONAL NAME
Personal name Morgan, Mary S.
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Title Charles Booth's London poverty maps. A landmark reassessment of Booth's social survey.
Statement of responsibility, etc. Mary S. Morgan; Anne Power; Katie Garner.
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Place of publication, distribution, etc. Farnborough :
Name of publisher, distributor, etc. Thames & Hudson Ltd.
Date of publication, distribution, etc. 2019.
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Extent 288 p.
520 8# - SUMMARY, ETC.
Summary, etc. In the late 19th century, Charles Booth's landmark social and economic survey found that 35% of Londoners were living in abject poverty. Between 1886 and 1903, Booth's team of social investigators interviewed Londoners from all walks of life, recording their comments, together with their own unrestrained remarks and statistical information, in 450 notebooks. Their findings formed the basis of Booth's colour-coded social mapping (from vicious and semi-criminal to wealthy) and his Inquiry into the Life and Labour of the People of London. 0Organized into 12 geographical sections, 'Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps' presents the meticulously hand-coloured preparatory and final printed social mapping of London. Accompanying the colour-coded maps are selected reproductions of pages from the original notebooks, containing anecdotes related by Londoners of every trade, class, creed and nationality together with observations by Booth's interviewers that reveal much about their social class and moral views. An introduction by Mary S. Morgan clarifies the aims and methodology of Booth's survey, and six themed essays by experts in the field contextualize the survey's findings, illustrated by evocative period photographs.Completing the re-evaluation of Booth's seminal social survey are newly rendered infographics presenting the raw statistics relating to living conditions,employment status and poverty levels for each geographical section of London.
700 1# - ADDED ENTRY--PERSONAL NAME
Personal name Power, Anne.
700 1# - ADDED ENTRY--PERSONAL NAME
Personal name Garner, Katie.
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Cancelled status Lost status Source of classification or shelving scheme In-house Status Not for loan Collection code Permanent Location Current Location Shelving location Date acquired Source of acquisition Full call number Barcode Date last seen Cost, replacement price Item type
        Coming Soon Non-Fiction Davis (Central) Library Davis (Central) Library Non-Fiction 2019-11-08 18 526 T00820270 2019-11-08 110.00 Non-Fiction