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100 1  Abrams, Lynn 
245 10 History of Everyday Life in Twentieth-Century Scotland 
264  1 Edinburgh :|bEdinburgh University Press,|c2010 
264  4 |c©2010 
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490 1  A History of Everyday Life in Scotland EUP 
505 0  Cover -- Copyright -- Contents -- Tables -- Figures -- 
       Series Editors' Foreword -- Introduction Conceiving the 
       Everyday in the Twentieth -- Chapter 1 Charting Everyday 
       Experience -- Chapter 2 From Scullery to Conservatory: 
       Everyday Life in the Scottish Home -- Chapter 3 Changing 
       Intimacy: Seeking and Forming Couple Relationships -- 
       Chapter 4 The Realities and Narratives of Paid Work: The 
       Scottish Workplace -- Chapter 5 Being a Man: Everyday 
       Masculinities -- Chapter 6 Spectacle, Restraint and the 
       Sabbath Wars: The 'Everyday' Scottish Sunday -- Chapter 7 
       After 'The Religion of My Fathers': The Quest for 
       Composure in the 'Post-Presbyterian' Self -- Chapter 8 
       Culture in the Everyday: Art and Society -- Chapter 9 
       Sickness and Health -- Chapter 10 Passing Time: Cultures 
       of Death and Mourning -- Further Reading -- Notes on the 
       Contributors -- Index 
520    Over the twentieth century Scots' lives changed in fast, 
       dramatic and culturally significant ways. By examining 
       their bodies, homes, working lives, rituals, beliefs and 
       consumption, this volume exposes how the very substance of
       everyday life was composed, tracing both the intimate and 
       the mass changes that the people endured. Using novel 
       perspectives and methods, chapters range across the 
       experiences of work, art and death, the way Scots 
       conceived of themselves and their homes, and the way the 
       'old Scotland' of oppressive community rules broke down 
       from mid-century as the country reinvented its everyday 
       life and culture. This volume brings together leading 
       cultural historians of twentieth-century Scotland to study
       the apparently mundane activities of people's lives, 
       traversing the key spaces where daily experience is 
       composed to expose the controversial personal and national
       politics that ritual and practice can generate. Key 
       features: *Contains an overview of the material changes 
       experienced by Scots in their everyday lives during the 
       course of the century*Focuses on some of the key areas of 
       change in everyday experience, from the way Scots spent 
       their Sundays to the homes in which they lived, from the 
       work they undertook to the culture they consumed and 
       eventually the way they died. *Pays particular attention 
       to identity as well as experience 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
650  0 Scotland -- Social life and customs -- 20th 
       century.;Scotland -- History -- 20th century 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Brown, Callum G 
700 1  Fleming, Linda 
700 1  Jamieson, Lynn 
700 1  McIvor, Arthur J 
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