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by Albion M. Urdank

  • ISBN: 0520066707
  • Author: Albion M. Urdank
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of California Press; First Edition edition (March 19, 1990)
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  • Category: History
  • Subcategory: Europe
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Albion Urdank investigates the modernization of Nailsworth from many perspectives, revealing the experience and the mentalit of ordinary people in their ecological, economic, and social environments.

Albion Urdank investigates the modernization of Nailsworth from many perspectives, revealing the experience and the mentalit of ordinary people in their ecological, economic, and social environments.

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Religion and Society in a Cotswold Vale: Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, 1780–1865. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.

Religion and Society in a Cotswold Vale: Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, 1780–1865. Thomas W. Laqueur (a1). University of California, Berkeley.

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oceedings{Vann1991ReligionAS, title {Religion and society in a Cotswold vale : Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, 1780-1865}, author {Richard T. Vann and Albion M. Urdank}, year {1991} }. Richard T. Vann, Albion M. Urdank.

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Society in a Cotswold Vale : Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, 1780-1865. Book Overview Albion Urdank investigates the modernization of Nailsworth from many.

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Urdank, Religion and Society in a Cotswold Vale: Nailsworth, Gloucesterire, 1780–1865 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990), and others examined the connection between politics and religion, although without recourse to poll books. Watts, The Dissenters, vol. II is, of course, an exhaustive synthesis in virtually every respect, but politics, at least as meased by voting behavior, is not one of the author’s key points of focus

During the English Industrial Revolution, the Vale of Nailsworth was a rural-industrial settlement and a center of evangelical Nonconformity. Why did the transition to the factory system bring deindustrialization and social decline rather than long-term advancement? Albion Urdank investigates the modernization of Nailsworth from many perspectives, revealing the experience and the mentalité of ordinary people in their ecological, economic, and social environments. His innovative approach, in the tradition of the Leicester and Annales schools, contributes to the historical literature on popular religion, secularization, local history, and European industrialization, and will appeal to a wide spectrum of interdisciplinary interests.

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