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Boy labour and apprenticeship

Reginald Arthur Bray

Boy labour and apprenticeship

Reginald A. Bray.

by Reginald Arthur Bray

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Published by Garland Pub. in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Apprenticeship programs -- Great Britain.,
    • Child labor -- Great Britain.,
    • Youth -- Employment -- Great Britain.,
    • Working class -- Great Britain.,
    • Teenage boys -- Great Britain.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesThe English working class
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD4885.G7 B7 1980
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 248 p. ;
      Number of Pages248
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4429892M
      ISBN 100824001060
      LC Control Number79056952

      'My Apprenticeship Vol. I.' is the second volume of fascinating work on Victorian society. Beatrice Potter Webb was born in Gloucester, England in Both her mother and brother died early in her childhood leaving her to be raised by her father, Richard  › Home › eBooks.   Apprenticeship. The Master and Apprentice Act was one of the first pieces of New Zealand labour legislation. It made provision for any child over 12 years of age to be indentured in any art, trade, or manual occupation for a period of up to five ://

      Abstract. The concept of the labour aristocracy is increasingly being used as a tool in the analysis of British politics and society in the period since the impact of the industrial revolution and up to the First World War. What follows is an attempt to subject the concept to close examination in the light of the evidence, and to define the limits of its value, both for the economic and social   Labour's Apprentices: Working-Class Lads in Late Victorian and Edwardian England. Link/Page Citation Young people (of both sexes) were an obtrusively numerous and visible component of English society in this era, and the 'lads' of Childs' account achieved further prominence as a social problem. modifying the terminal scenario of boy labour 's+Apprentices:+Working-Class+Lads+in+Late.

      Get this from a library! Labour's apprentices: working-class lads in late Victorian and Edwardian England. [Michael James Childs] -- Annotation Childs discusses working-class family life and considers the changes that becoming a wage earner and a contributor to the family economy made to a youth's status within the home. He O. J. Dunlop and R. D. Denman, English Apprenticeship and Child Labour (London, ), p. ; Derry, ‘Statute of Apprentices’, p. Indentured service at sea was maintained throughout the legislative changes affecting apprenticeship. The Merchant Vessels Apprenticeship Bill passed in on the grounds that a sufficient number of good seamen could only be found and trained by obtaining


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Boy Labour and Apprenticeship Language: English: LoC Class: HD: Social sciences: Economic history and conditions, Production: Subject: Working class -- Great Britain Subject: Apprenticeship programs -- Great Britain Subject: Child labor -- Great Britain Subject: Youth -- Employment -- Great Britain Subject: Teenage boys -- Great Britain Thousands of apprenticeships could be lost without government support according to warnings by Labour and the sector.

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