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Lane, Fintan

Politics, Society and the Middle Class in Modern Ireland

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Fintan Lane

2. The Men of Property: Politics and the Languages of Class in the 1790s
Jim Smyth

3. William Thompson, Class and His Irish Context, 1775–1833
Fintan Lane

4. The Rise of the Catholic Middle Class: O’Connellites in County Longford, 1820–50
Fergus O’Ferrall

5. ‘Carrying the War into the Walks of Commerce’: Exclusive Dealing and the Southern Protestant Middle Class during the Catholic Emancipation Campaign
Jacqueline R. Hill

6. The Decline of Duelling and the Emergence of the Middle Class in Ireland
James Kelly

7. ‘You’d be disgraced!’ Middle-Class Women and Respectability in Post-Famine Ireland
Maura Cronin

8. Middle-Class Attitudes to Poverty and Welfare in Post-Famine Ireland
Virginia Crossman

9. The Industrial Elite in Ireland from the Industrial Revolution to the First World War
Andy Bielenberg

10. ‘Another Class’? Women’s Higher Education in Ireland, 1870–1909
Senia Pašeta

11. Class, Nation, Gender and Self: Katharine Tynan and the Construction of Political Identities, 1880–1930
Aurelia L. S. Annat

12. Leadership, the Middle Classes and Ulster Unionism since the Late-Nineteenth Century
Neil C. Fleming

13. William Martin Murphy, the Irish Independent and Middle-Class Politics, 1905–19
Patrick Maume

14. Planning and Philanthropy: Travellers and Class Boundaries in Urban Ireland, 1930–75
Aoife Bhreatnach

15. ‘The Stupid Propaganda of the Calamity Mongers’?: The Middle Class and Irish Politics, 1945–97
Diarmaid Ferriter

Avainsanat: History, History of Britain and Ireland, European History, Modern History, Social History, Cultural History

Toimittaja
Julkaisija
Springer
Julkaisuvuosi
2010
Kieli
en
Painos
1
Sivumäärä
306 sivua
Kategoria
Historia
Tiedostomuoto
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eISBN (PDF)
9780230273917
Painetun ISBN
978-1-349-28385-9

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